Parents sue after their son's remains used in police dog-trainingThe Daily Mail
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Niagara County officials in western New York are facing a lawsuit from the parents of Roger Dunn, who allege that a coroner took a piece of his body for canine police-training after he died last year.
Dunn, 32, was killed in an automobile accident in Cambria on April 13, 2012 according to the Associated Press.
His body was transported to the office of Niagara County Coroner Russell Jackman, but not before he provided some of Dunn's tissue to a volunteer firefighter chief Vincent Salerno, who was trying to train a dog to track human remains.