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LOUDON COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY GOOD-BYE TO K-9 OFFICER DAGGER

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Saturday morning, deputies with the Loudon County Sheriff’s Dept. paid their respects to a fallen comrade as LCPD K-9 Officer Dagger lost his battle with cancer. The canine was 9-years-old. K-9 Corporal Chri Jenkins with the department commented that ” Officer Dagger was a remote control dog who did not need a leash. Dagger served the Lenoir City, and Loudon County communities for eight years.

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