German shepherd puppy found during arrests adopted by Laguna Beach police sergeant

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill showers newly-adopted German shepherd pup with affection. Where will the new resident sleep? “Anywhere he wants to,” McGill says of the dog relinquished by his San Bernardino owner after he was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood, police said Wednesday. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill showers newly-adopted German shepherd puppy with affection. Where will the brand-new resident rest? “Anywhere he desires to,” McGill says of the pet dog relinquished by his San Bernardino owner after he was apprehended by Laguna Beach police investigatives on suspicion of burglarizing and also swiping belongings from a minimum of 10 cars in a Laguna community, police said Wednesday. (Image by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Region Register/SCNG)

  • German shepherd Gordo has left his foster home and is with his new owner Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill. The dog’s former owner was arrested Wednesday by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    German shepherd Gordo has left his foster home and is with his new proprietor Laguna Coastline Police Sgt. David McGill. The pet dog’s former proprietor was jailed Wednesday by Laguna Coastline police detectives on uncertainty of stealing belongings from at the very least 10 automobiles in a Laguna neighborhood. (Picture by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Region Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill snuggles with a neglected German shepherd, Gordo three hours into the puppy’s adoption. The dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood, police said Wednesday. The pup is named after Gordon French, the first Laguna Beach police officer to be killed in the line of duty in 1953. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Coastline Authorities Sgt. David McGill cuddles with a disregarded German guard, Gordo 3 hours right into the puppy’s adoption. The dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino proprietor that was apprehended by Laguna Beach authorities detectives on suspicion of breaking into and taking prized possessions from a minimum of 10 cars in a Laguna community, cops claimed Wednesday. The pup is called after Gordon French, the very first Laguna Coastline police officer to be eliminated in the line of responsibility in 1953. (Picture by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill is now a two-dog rescue owner again with newly adopted German shepherd Gordo. His Jack Russell terrier mix passed away two months ago. This pup was neglected and relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from cars in a Laguna neighborhood, police said Wednesday. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Coastline Police Sgt. David McGill is now a two-dog rescue owner once again with recently adopted German guard Gordo. His Jack Russell terrier mix died 2 months earlier. This dog was neglected and also relinquished by his San Bernardino proprietor that was detained by Laguna Coastline authorities investigatives on suspicion of getting into as well as swiping belongings from autos in a Laguna neighborhood, authorities stated Wednesday. (Picture by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Area Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach detectives found an eight-week-old neglected and injured German shepherd puppy, left, who was living in the backyard, but now Gordo will be an indoor dog. His big brother is Stan, a nine-year-old Rat Terrier. Gordo was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood, police said. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Coastline investigatives found an eight-week-old disregarded and also damaged German shepherd pup, left, who was residing in the yard, now Gordo will be an indoor dog. His large sibling is Stan, a nine-year-old Rat Terrier. Gordo was relinquished by his San Bernardino proprietor who was jailed by Laguna Beach authorities investigatives on uncertainty of burglarizing and also swiping prized possessions from a minimum of 10 cars and trucks in a Laguna area, police stated. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Area Register/SCNG)

  • Although this German shepherd pup’s previous owners turned their back on him, today the rescue dog Gordo lives with Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill. The dog was found in the backyard neglected with a soft-tissue leg injury and some pounds lighter. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Although this German guard dog’s previous owners turned their back on him, today the rescue pet Gordo lives with Laguna Coastline Cops Sgt. David McGill. The pet was located in the backyard disregarded with a soft-tissue leg injury and also some extra pounds lighter. (Picture by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Region Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill gets a good tug from German shepherd Gordo. The neglected, injured pup was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Beach Cops Sgt. David McGill obtains a good pull from German guard Gordo. The neglected, harmed pup was given up by his San Bernardino owner. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill holds his new German shepherd Gordo three hours into the puppy’s adoption. The dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood, police said Wednesday. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Coastline Cops Sgt. David McGill holds his new German shepherd Gordo three hrs into the puppy’s adoption. The dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner that was arrested by Laguna Coastline police investigators on suspicion of breaking into and also swiping prized possessions from a minimum of 10 autos in a Laguna area, cops said Wednesday. (Image by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Region Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill can’t keep his lips off his new German shepherd rescue Gordo. The adopted rescue dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was arrested by Laguna Beach police detectives on suspicion of breaking into and stealing valuables from at least 10 cars in a Laguna neighborhood. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Coastline Police Sgt. David McGill can not maintain his lips off his brand-new German shepherd rescue Gordo. The adopted rescue dog was relinquished by his San Bernardino owner who was jailed by Laguna Coastline police detectives on suspicion of getting into as well as stealing belongings from at least 10 autos in a Laguna neighborhood. (Image by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Area Register/SCNG)

  • Laguna Beach Police Sgt. David McGill gets his German shepherd puppy Gordo to wave. The pup is named after Gordon French, the first Laguna Beach police officer to be killed in the line of duty in 1953. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Laguna Beach Cops Sgt. David McGill gets his German shepherd pup Gordo to swing. The puppy is called after Gordon French, the initial Laguna Coastline police officer to be killed in the line of duty in 1953. (Image by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange Region Register/SCNG)

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LAGUNA COASTLINE Gordo, an eight-week-old German guard young puppy, remained in his brand-new residence for 3 hrs Sunday, June 18, when he recognized he might not be manager of your home just yet.

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  • Laguna Beach police discover neglected German shepherd dog after vehicle burglaries arrests, name him ‘ Flash Gordon’ The puppy was playing with his brand-new bro, Stan, a Rat Terrier, when he got a little brawler and also Stan leapt up on the couch and also

    acted unconcerned.”They’re feeling each various other out,” stated Dave McGill, a Laguna Coastline police sergeant, that had simply taken on the frisky little man from Labrador and also Friends Pet dog Rescue.

    Gordo, a shortened version of the initial name “Flash Gordon,” a tribute to Laguna Beach law enforcement officer Gordon French eliminated in 1953, was uncovered recently in San Bernardino Region.

    Laguna Coastline investigatives were examining a rash of automobile burglaries as well as arrested 2 suspects when they discovered the young puppy in the backyard of among the residences. The pup was wounded and also starving. He was later on given up to the Laguna Beach Police Department that located a rescue team to foster him.

    “He was simply such an adorable little guy,” McGill claimed. “I just fell for him.”

    McGill completed the documents and also on Sunday discovered the pup was his.

    “This made it one of one of the most memorable Daddy’s Days ever before,” he stated. “It’s not each day you obtain a pup on Father’s Day.”

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