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K9 Morgan | Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, California Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, California

K9 Morgan

Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, California

End of Watch: Monday, August 20, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Breed: German Shepherd

Origin: Czech Republic

Age: 1

Gender: M

Tour: 6 months

Cause: Exposure to toxins

Incident Date: 8/20/2012

Weapon: Not available

Suspect: Not available

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K9 Morgan died after accidentally ingesting methamphetamine while participating in detection training at a canine training facility.

Morgan began to show signs of distress while completing one of the detection exercises. He was transported to an animal hospital but died as his handler was describing his symptoms to the veterinarian.

K9 Morgan had served with the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office for six months.

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Rest in peace, K9 Morgan. Thank you for your loyal and dedicated service to your community. Your loss and that of your partner will not be forgotten. Prayers for your partner and Mendocino County SO. Godspeed & God Bless, Hero.

Kathy B
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December 12, 2012


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