Redmond Police Department’s K-9 unit, featuring Remy and officer Dan Smith, recently visited local Cub Scout Pack 557 at their meeting at Einstein Elementary to give a demonstration of police work. Pictured with Remy and Smith is Cub Scout Alexander Clum (front). Courtesy photo

Redmond Police Department’s K-9 unit, featuring Remy and officer Dan Smith, recently visited local Cub Scout Pack 557 at their meeting at Einstein Elementary to give a demonstration of police work. Pictured with Remy and Smith is Cub Scout Alexander Clum (front). Courtesy photo

Police dog meets Cub Scout

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Redmond Police Department’s K-9 unit, featuring Remy and officer Dan Smith, recently visited local Cub Scout Pack 557 at their meeting at Einstein Elementary to give a demonstration of police work. Pictured with Remy and Smith is Cub Scout Alexander Clum (front). Courtesy photo

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