N.C. community rallies in support of K-9 vests


By Dan E. Way
Chapel Hill Herald

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — Talon and Sampson may sound like the sort of names reserved for superheroes -- and some might say they fit the role -- but these four-legged law enforcement officers are not immune to bullets and blades.

Several groups of town residents want to give the police dogs increased protection from harm, in the form of $800 vests that are bullet- and stab-resistant.

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