Wheeler a German Shepherd has become
one of the best Cadaver and Narcotics
Michael Boburka New York State Police Trooper
and his dog Wheeler, were brought in to help
search for Mark Bookal a four year old that
had been missing since 2010.
Wheeler the German Shepherd
began sniffing his way around a retaining wall by the banks of the Hudson River
and then climbed to the top of a steep woodpile. When he began digging
they knew may have found the little boy.
“That’s when we knew he had found something,” said Boburka, who has been a canine handler since 1994 and Wheeler’s partner for the past eight years.
“Without the body, he wouldn’t have been convicted,” Boburka said of the suspect, who was charged last month with killing the boy.
Wheeler’s top-notch skills as a cadaver and narcotics detection dog have helped locate six missing bodies and dozens of drug stashes in multiple states.
Wheeler started out very thin, and
fatigued. He showed true potential as a
police dog. He got the best care and
training to bring out his abilities.
These abilities have helped find
six bodies and a bunch of stashed
drugs. Thanks to Wheeler,
bodies are being found, and cases
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