Campbell County Sheriff’s K9 Deputy Kyle Rhoades and narcotics dog Borys perform an open air sniff around a driver’s truck Thursday east of Gillette. Rhoades pulled the driver over for having no plates.
Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle Rhoades talks to a driver after pulling him over for an expired registration Thursday in Gillette. Below, Rhoades and his narcotics dog Borys visit the sheriff’s dispatch center before heading out on patrol.
In the last two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every facet of life, but it hasn’t done much to slow down drug activity in Gillette and Campbell County.
From December 2020 through November 2021, the Gillette Police Department dealt with 403 drug cases and made 272 arrests. They seized 1.4 kilograms of marijuana, which was down from 2.3 kilograms in 2020 and the 3 kilograms seized in 2019.