Parents Sue Over Use Of Drug Dog

07/26/2002 | NYTimes.com

A South Dakota school that allowed a police dog to sniff students -- from kindergartners to high school students -- has found itself in court. The suit claims children were terrorized by the dog. A school board lawyer contends his children, students at the school, claimed nothing out of the ordinary happened.

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