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CROSSVILLE CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER RETIREMENT OF K-9 MOJO

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The Crossville City Council in a work session held yesterday decided to place the retirement of a Crossville K-9 officer on their regular meeting agenda for this upcoming Tuesday. K-9 Mojo has served the Crossville Police Department for 10 years. Most K-9’s are retired between the ages of 7 to 9. Crossville police say Mojo has served the department very well and has been a pillar of the K-9 program. After retirement, Mojo will be in the personal care of his handler.

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