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K9 Kody | St. Paul Police Department, Minnesota St. Paul Police Department, Minnesota

K9 Kody

St. Paul Police Department, Minnesota

End of Watch: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Bio & Incident Details

Breed: German Shepherd

Origin: Italy

Age: Not available

Gender: M

Tour: Not available

Cause: Stabbed

Incident Date: 2/12/2013

Weapon: Edged weapon; Knife

Suspect: Shot and killed

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K9 Kody was stabbed to death while attempting to take down a subject while assisting members of the St. Paul Police Department, Ramsey County Sheriff's Office, and U.S. Marshals Service as they served a warrant at a home in the 700 block of Aurora Avenue.

Kody located the subject in the basement of the home but was stabbed several times by the man. Officers then fatally shot the subject.

K9 Kody had served with the St. Paul Police Department for seven years.

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I met Kody once. He was a very nice dog, and he was extremely kind to me and all of the others he met. I was browsing this website, and saw the Kody had died. My heart sunk, and I felt horrible. At least I knew that he served his handler, the St. Paul PD, and the public very well.

May 15, 2014


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