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Pawnee County approves K-9 program for Sheriff's Dept
06/23/2022

( KLZA)-- Pawnee County Commissioners discussed a canine project during their June 14 meeting.

Sheriff Braden Lang and Deputy Michael Cirrincione provided information and benefits of starting a Sheriff Department canine program.

It was noted that Hagner Strong K9 will donate a puppy free of charge and the county would pay $2,500 for the training of the canine and handler.

Deputy Cirrincione has just over $13,000 donated for a canine program from the community.

Pawnee City Council member Susan Eisenhauer informed the Board earlier in the meeting that the City Council had approved spending $5,000 toward the Sheriff's canine program during the June 13 Council meeting if the County approves the program.

Commissioners voted unanimously to approve the Sheriff's Office obtaining the canine, completing dual purpose training and having the County Attorney review the contract.

 

 

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