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Wichita police officer has new role involving animals


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Heather Frazier, a 20-year veteran in the Wichita Police Department, used to be afraid of dogs. Now she's the department's "Dog Whisperer."

When she was a young girl, she had a paper route for the Trinidad Chronicle, a small newspaper serving southeast Colorado and northeast New Mexico. This was before the internet, when newspapers had morning and afternoon editions, it was acceptable to keep a dog chained in the front yard, and people trusted each other enough to let their 10-year-old daughter deliver the paper by herself.

But Frazier was never exactly alone on her p...

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