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Jackson County Sheriff's Department has 4 new K9 units since retiring Iris, Aragon, and Tino. The first of which is Beau.
Beau is a 2-year old chocolate lab trained in narcotics detection. He responds to commands in German.
Deputy Will Anderson.
Deputy Anderson has been with the Jackson County Sheriff's Department since 2017.
The second of the three new K9 Units is Lars.
Lars is a Dutch Shepard, born in Poland, and receives commands in English and German. He is 3 years old with drug and apprehension skills.
Deputy Glen Montgomery
Deputy Montgomery has been with the Department since 2018.
The third new K9 unit is Markos.
Markos is a 3 year old Belgian Malinois with narcotics and apprehension skills. His commands are in German. Markos is also a member of the Emergency Services Unit.
Deputy Jonathon Landry
Deputy Landry has been with the Department for 9 years.
The fourth and newest K9 unit is Sniper.
Sniper is a 5-year old Belgian Malinois, born in the Netherlands. Trained in narcotics detection, patrol, and tracking, follows commands in Dutch
Deputy Jessie Diaz
Deputy Diaz and Sniper are new additions to the Department but have served together at another agency.
These K9 Units are assigned to the Jackson County Sheriff's Department, they are available to other agencies as needed.