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KINGWOOD, W.Va (WDTV) — Deputies in Preston County, West Virginia had to adjust the approach of their K-9 units because the intensity and strength of the drugs have become so dangerous.

The Preston County Sheriff’s Office has four dogs as part of their K-9 unit. One of their biggest and most important tasks is to help solve cases related to the drug problem.

“I’ve seen burned spoons near town parks in our communities,” said Chief Deputy Paul Pritt. “People use these drugs and just abandon the syringe, the needle.”