Threat Of K-9 Release Leads To Suspect Surrendering

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A police K-9 helped force the surrender of a suspect wanted on multiple federal warrants.

According to police, suspect Raymond Brummels, 34, was located at a townhome on the 900 block of Teal Court in Colorado Springs Saturday evening. Brummels is wanted on three federal warrants and two warrants out of Adams County.

Officers surrounded the home and tried to contact Brummels, who eventually stepped out onto a second-floor balcony. Once in sight of officers, Brummels was ordered to surrender. Brummels noticed K-9 Max, and said that he would turn himself in as long as the dog was not released.

Police agreed, and Brummels surrendered to Max and his handler, Officer Donovan.

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