K-9 finds runaway
CENTREVILLE — On Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. Trooper Justin Daigle of the Maryland State Police Centreville Barracks responded to the area of the Bay Area Welcome Center in Queen Anne’s County for a report of a missing teenage female. The missing juvenile was reported as a runaway.
Senior Trooper Tyler Wiest and K-9 Gracie, a certified tracking canine bloodhound, arrived on-scene to assist along with Trooper Jonathan Stoltzfus and Trooper First Class Todd Schillaci. As a result of the K-9 track, the missing girl was found safe and returned to her family.
Trooper Justin Daigle of the Maryland Centreville State Police Barrack with his K-9 team, left, Bear, a drug detection dog, and bloodhound and tracker, Gracie.