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K9 Jeg | Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona

K9 Jeg

Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona

End of Watch: Thursday, July 12, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Breed: Belgin Malinois

Age: 7

Gender: Not available

Tour: Not available

Cause: Heat exhaustion

Incident Date: Not available

Weapon: Not available

Suspect: Not available

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K9 Jeg died of heat exhaustion after being left in a patrol car as his handler responded to a serious accident on I-19.

His handler was in the process of changing patrol cars at the Arizona Department of Public Safety Tucson office when he was dispatched on the emergency call. As he responded to the call he realized that Jeg had been left in the other patrol car and he immediately turned around and returned to the officer. Jeg was transported to emergency animal hospital where he had to be put down.

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Jeg, I am sponsoring your flag in the Funds for Fallen Officers Walk. Much love to you from Me and my retired and passed away K9's Turo, Jessy and most recently Tessa

Officer Julie D. Schmidt
Louisville Metro Police Department
April 16, 2013


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