Monday, April 16, 2012 at 12:00 am (Updated: April 16, 12:00 am)
Harriman Police Department has gotten a lot of use out of Dugan, the sweet-natured and proficient narcotic dog.
“He’s been with the police department for about 11 years,” said Police Chief Randy Heidle.
The department recently retired Dugan and is getting a new $10,000 dog with the help of K9s4Cops, a Texas nonprofit that assists police departments with funding for police dogs.
Heidle said he knew it was about time to retire Dugan, who was born in 2001.
His success has earned him a great reputation in East Tennessee, the chief added.
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