Grant will help Ohio police replace K-9 unit

The $50K grant will go towards replacing the unit's outdated K-9 vehicle


By Brittany Grego
WTOV9 Fox

BARNESVILLE, Ohio — The Barnesville Police Department has received a $50,000 grant to replace the K-9 unit.

While on the clock, Officer Andrew Stewart and 5-year-old K-9 Dixie use a specialized K-9 vehicle that Chief Rocky Sirianni says needs to be replaced.

A dispatcher helped with the application for a United States Department of Agriculture grant. With it, the department will be getting a brand-new, fully-fitted K-9 vehicle.

Full story: Grant allows Barnesville Police Department to replace K-9 unit

 

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