Knox County
Sheriff's Office

Knox County
Sheriff's Office

New K9’s hitting the streets

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Knox County Sheriff Tom Spangler, along with Chief Deputy Bernie Lyon, asks you to join them and congratulate three of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Handlers and their K-9’a on completing the new handlers coursework.
Each Officer and their K-9 Partner have returned to their respective shifts; if you see them out, stop and say hello!
“I want to congratulate these three individuals and their K-9 partners for their hard work, dedication to excellence, and the perseverance they’ve shown throughout this handlers course. I also must thank our two trainers Sergeant Chris Wallace and Sergeant James Troutt. I’ve never met two men kore committed to ensuring these officers and their partners are well equipped. Thank you to Captain Mike Ledbetter and all of the current K-9 teams that assisted during the last several weeks. Your commitment and teamwork are commendable.”
-Tom Spangler, Sheriff
Officer Tyler Hitz – K9 “NEYLAND” Officer Payton King – K9 “DIEGO” Officer Brad Yearout- K9 “BRUIN”[Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg]

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