LIVONIA – A routine drug sweep by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office found Livonia Central School to be drug-free.
According to a Facebook post by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, two Sheriff’s K-9 Teams assisted the Livonia School Resource Officer (SRO) Deputy Brittany Smyder with a school sweep for illegal drugs Wednesday morning.
“The dogs typically search with their nose as they pass by closed lockers while the students are in their classes,” posted the Sheriff’s Office. “These K-9’s are specialized to narcotics and can smell everything from marijuana to heroin. The good news is no illegal drugs were located. Great job Deputies with your proactive work to keep our school districts drug free!”
Sergeant Chad Draper with his K-9 partner Vader and Deputy Mike Wade with his K-9 partner Hondo conducted the search.
The Sheriff’s Office performs routine drug sweeps like this one at schools as an ordinary course of business.