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Police dog Moose assisted in the arrest of a man after reports of someone possibly in possession of a knife in the street in Stockton on Tuesday evening, 29th August.
The incident happened on Hartington Road around 9pm.
Moose and his handler attended the scene and after a male reportedly attempted to make off, Moose detained him until officers arrived to arrest him.
A 50-year-old man was charged with a public order offence and is due to attend Teesside Magistrates Court on Friday 29th September.
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