FARGO - A man wanted on three warrants found that even hiding in a Burger King trash bin couldn't beat a focused K-9's sharp nose.
Tanner Oye, 23, was arrested by Fargo Police after being found in a dumpster at the fast-food restaurant on 52nd Avenue South, spokeswoman Officer Jessica Schindeldecker said Wednesday, March 7.
According to the police report:
At 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Fargo police and Cass County deputies went to a home in Frontier, just south of the Fargo city limits, to execute arrest warrants on Oye for two parole violations and failing to appear in court on a drug possession charge.
As officers tried to make contact, Oye ran from officers on foot, the report said.
Law enforcement officers then set up a perimeter and brought in a Fargo police K-9 named Blue to track Oye, Schindeldecker said.
Oye was tracked to the Burger King by Blue, and a Fargo officer found Oye in the dumpster, Schindeldecker said.
Oye was arrested on the warrants and for refusing to halt, Schindeldecker said.
"We found him. It's hard to hide from a K-9 with a good nose," Schindeldecker said.