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K9 Creed | Panama Police Department, Oklahoma Panama Police Department, Oklahoma

K9 Creed

Panama Police Department, Oklahoma

End of Watch: Sunday, August 5, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Breed: German Shepherd

Age: 2

Gender: Not available

Tour: 1 year

Cause: Gunfire

Incident Date: Not available

Weapon: Not available

Suspect: At large

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K9 Creed was shot and killed by an intruder while in his kennel at his handler's home while the officer was at church with his family.

It is believed that Creed was killed in revenge for his handler's anti-narcotics efforts in the city.

Creed had served with the Panama Police Department for only one year.

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Your legacy is living on not only with the continued efforts of your handler but by the awareness you have brought to the State. We anticipate a day very quickly where Creed's Law will be in effect.

Captain Travis Yates
Tulsa Police Department
December 28, 2013


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