PUNTA GORDA — More than half the teams wrapped up their portion of the 2012 U.S. Police Canine Association’s National Field Trials on Wednesday, ending with the apprehension, or “bite work,” events.
But there’s still not a clear frontrunner and won’t be until later today, according to Punta Gorda Police Capt. Jim Nichols, who said the bite work is so crucial that teams with a points advantage going into bite work could come out the other side looking up at the all the positions they lost.
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