Memorials to Fallen K-9s
The F.A.S.T. Co. donates sets of memorial cards to all partners 
 I need your help to inform me of such losses.

Dept. addresses available for those who want to send condolences to officers. See below
In Loving Memory of
May 2013
Handler: Officer Brian Adams 
Boynton Beach Police Department
100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435
Retired Boynton police dog, K9 Ully dies

Retired Boynton Beach police dog Ully, who served with the department for six years, died, a police spokeswoman said.

Ully was Officer Brian Adams’ partner from August 2001 through December 2007. “During his tour, K9 Ully was
responsible for the apprehension of over a 100 criminals, including burglars, robbers and kidnappers,” said police
 spokeswoman Stephanie Slater in a statement. “Those who knew K-9 Ully knew him as a warrior and a hunter of
those who preyed on the innocent and fled from justice. He will be missed and remembered for his dedication to the BBPD.”

In October 2004 Ully led officers to one of three men suspected of stealing a woman’s purse from an outdoor table at the
 Boynton Ale House. Ervin Neal, 22, Patrick Evans, 24, and Ernest Neal, 19, led police on a chase in a stolen blue
 Chevrolet Impala after allegedly grabbing the woman’s purse. All three West Palm Beach men bailed out of the vehicle.
Ervin Neal and Evans were caught by  Lake Worth and Boynton officers. Ully led officers to Ernest Neal, who was hiding
 in bushes. In June 2003 Ully caught a man who police say used a handgun to rob two women of their cash and then
 fled the scene in their vehicle. Jesus Ruiz, 18,  was chased by four police agencies, the Palm Beach County
Sheriff’s helicopter, and the U.S. Coast Guard. In the end, it was Ully who found Ruiz at the
Four Seasons Resort on Palm Beach.
submitted by Jim Cortina, Dir. CPWDA