Sheriff, K-9 units visit IHS for anti-drug event

The Chilton County Sheriff’s Office and the Clanton Police Department K-9 units teamed up for presentations at Isabella High School on Nov. 1.

During the presentation to the high school and middle school students, CCSO School Security Resource Officer William “Billy” Scarbrough and CPD Cpt. David Clackley demonstrated how the police dogs work.

Sheriff John Shearon said Scarbrough uses police dog Shep to patrol the school for drugs and to keep them out of the school.

“Their nose is like a 100 times stronger than a human nose,” Scarbrough said. Read More