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OBN teaches kids how to say no to drugs

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LAWTON, Okla._Students at Andrew Jackson Elementary are still excited about an amazing opportunity they received Friday afternoon, after a helicopter landed inside  their school's playground.

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics was behind all the excitement when they flew in one of their helicopters. They were even joined by their favorite K-9, Roz The Dog. Roz took part in all the action, dancing with kids and even stopped to pose for pictures. A K-9 officer also joined in the fun showing off his skills often used on the job when searching for drugs. Teacher Joslyn Wood wants kids to remember this experience forever.

"I want this to stick in their mind and them know whenever they see, you know, police officers or a law enforcement agent of any kind that they will remember this day and that they will know this is all for the good," said Wood.

OBN visits schools like Andrew Jackson Elementary around Oklahoma to teach kids the importance of saying no to drugs and all other crime.

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