Police dog helps track suspect who ran from traffic stop

Lincoln, Neb. (10/11 NOW) Lincoln Police arrested a suspect with the help of a Police Service Dog during a chase from a traffic stop.

The Lincoln Police Department says late Saturday night, an officer attempted to pull over a car with fake plates.

According to police, 44-year-old Michael Anderson ran from the car near 3rd and A Streets in Lincoln.

The officer, along with a Police K-9, tracked Anderson to a shed, where he was arrested without incident.

Police located three glass pipes, two scales and a homemade knife.

Anderson was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, weapon charges, fleeing to avoid arrest, use fictitious plates and no operators permit.

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