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K9 Tron – Prince George’s County, Maryland

Died – 2/17/17 Handler – Sergeant Nick Cicale Prince George’s County Police Dept. K9 dies from aggressive form of blood cancer Tron, a 7-year-old Prince George’s County Police Department’s Special Operations dog, has passed away, the police department confirmed. The Prince George’s County Police Department said Tron became ill Thursday evening and was rushed to the veterinary hospital where they …

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K9 Bonnie – Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore City Police K9 dies after cancer battle A retired Baltimore City Police K9 has died. K9 Bonnie served the people of Baltimore for 11 years. On January 23, 2017 City Police posted that K9 Bonnie had died over the weekend after a brief battle with cancer. The city received its first K9 united in 1956.

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K9 Bodi – Anne Arundel, Maryland

Died 8/5/16 Handler – Corporal Matt Sanchez Police Mourn K-9 Officer Bodi’s Death Four-legged officer Bodi died from cancer last week, said the Anne Arundel County Police Department. Hearts are heavy at the Anne Arundel County Police Department after Bodi, one of its canine officers, died Friday from cancer. Corporal Matt Sanchez and K-9 Bodi began their career together in …

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K9 Narco – Calvert County, Maryland

Died -5/2/16 Sheriff’s office K9 dies after more than 10 years of service The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of its first in-service trained K9 after he collapsed Monday evening at his handler’s home following his work shift. Narco, a 12-year-old Labrador retriever, worked as a narcotic detection dog for the sheriff’s office for more than 10 …

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K9 Carl – Cambridge, Maryland

Died 4/4/16 Handler – Officer Chad Mothersell Cambridge police dog K9 Carl put down with honors Cambridge police dog K9 Carl retired from the force this week, victim of a spine disease that affected his locomotion and quality of life, according to Chief Dan Dvorak of the Cambridge police. As K9 Carl’s condition worsened, the decision was made that the …

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K9 Ruddy – Maryland Natural Resources

Handler – Officer Tim Pheabus Retired Natural Resources Police K9 dies The Maryland Natural Resources Police announced the death of retired K9 Ruddy, after he was euthanized March 22 following a brief illness. Ruddy, a 10-year-old yellow Labrador, was a part of a team within NRP that patrolled Southern Maryland with then-officer Tim Pheabus. Ruddy and Pheabus graduated as NRP’s …

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K9 Boscoe – Prince George County, Maryland

Died – 10/24/15 Handler – Sgt. Nick Cicale Retired Prince George’s Co. K9 “Boscoe” dies A retired Prince George’s Co. K9 died on Saturday. Boscoe was a loyal partner of Sgt. Nick Cicale of the Prince George’s County Special Operations Division. The team served the community from 2003 to 2011. Boscoe and Sgt. Cicale completed 275 drug searches and recovered …

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K9 Inez – Maryland

Died – 9/18/15 Handler – Deputy State Fire Marshal Howard Ewing Fire Marshal’s Office mourning the death of K-9 Inez Over the weekend, State Fire Marshal Brian Geraci announced the death of Inez, the canine, who with partner Deputy State Fire Marshal Howard Ewing, was one of the three K-9 accelerant teams operated by the Office of the State Fire …

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K9 Kojack – Baltimore, Marland

Died 8/25/15 Two Baltimore K-9 Officers Perish After Being Left in Vehicle Dingo the Dutch shepherd and Kojack the bloodhound perished after they were left in a vehicle where the air conditioning failed. Police could not say how long they were left inside. According to the Humane Society, when the temperature is 72 degrees outside, it can reach 116 degrees …

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K9 Dingo – Baltimore, Maryland

Died 8/25/15 Two Baltimore K-9 Officers Perish After Being Left in Vehicle Dingo the Dutch shepherd and Kojack the bloodhound perished after they were left in a vehicle where the air conditioning failed. Police could not say how long they were left inside. According to the Humane Society, when the temperature is 72 degrees outside, it can reach 116 degrees …

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