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K-9 comes from community help PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ryan W. Brandt   
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 10:19 PM

Editor:
The Dillsboro Police Department would like to thank all the local businesses and private donors that helped fund and form Dillsboro's first K-9 unit. Without the communities' support, this program would not have been established.

Dillsboro Police Department purchased a black Labrador named Chevy, a trained narcotics detection dog which will prove to be a useful too and a valuable supplement to police manpower because of their superior sense of smell and physical capabilities which will be used in various types of drug investigations.


K-9 handler Officer Cady just returned from training with his new partner and looks forward to further serving the citizens of Dillsboro.

Contributors: All American Bail Bonds/Gary Good; All Rite Concrete; Arts Rental Equipment and Supply; Aurora Lumber; County Line Veterinary Clinic; Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit; DeVilles Dillsboro Drug; Final Grade Excavating and Restoration Fencing; Flowers and Gifts of Love; Friendship State Bank; J & J Liquor.
J & J Mini Warehouses; Janet's Diner Inc.; Knippenberg Concrete Construction; Mary and Rick Fields/Fields IGA; Meyers Construction and Remodeling; Multiple Machining, Inc., Orscheln Farm and Home; Paul and Karen Filter; Patricia E. Rueter; Performance Machining; Public Safety Outfitters/Rich Midlam; Robert and Jo Ann Ascherman.

Rodney Bischoff; SEI Communications; Sheila Rullman; Stehlin Construction; Swiss Caps; Town of Dillsboro Utility Department; USBank employees; Village Pro Hardware; Walker Towing; Wilson Landscaping; and those donors who chose to remain anonymous.

Ryan W. Brandt
Dillsboro Police Chief