COLUMBUS — is it possible to show a dog that is old tricks? And it is it worth every penny to test?
Those are concerns police divisions throughout the state will undoubtedly be forced to inquire of on their own, given that Ohio’s hemp-legalization that is new has cast a cloud over drug-sniffing dogs’ ability to deliver “probable cause” to conduct drug searches.
Because marijuana and hemp are both through the cannabis plant and smell identical, dogs can’t inform the real difference, so both the Ohio Highway Patrol and also the Columbus Division of Police are suspending marijuana-detection training for brand new police dogs to uncomplicate cause that is probable in court.
“The decision to avoid imprinting narcotic detection canines because of the smell of marijuana had been according to several factors,” including that the “odor of cannabis and the smell of hemp are exactly the same,” stated Highway Patrol spokesman Staff Lt. Read more