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K9 Roscoe | Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas

K9 Roscoe

Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas

End of Watch: Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Bio & Incident Details

Breed: Treeing Walker Coonhound

Age: Not available

Gender: M

Tour: Not available

Cause: Struck by vehicle

Incident Date: 5/1/2013

Weapon: Not available

Suspect: Arrested

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K9 Roscoe was struck and killed by a vehicle on I-45, in Leon County, while assisting in the search for a subject who fled on foot during a traffic stop.

Several agencies were requested to assist in the search, and a team of tracking dogs was sent from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Boyd Unit. The tracking team located the subject at the end of a service road near the interstate at approximately 7:00 pm. Roscoe was struck and killed by a vehicle moments later.

One pound of marijuana was located in the subject's car. He was subsequently charged with interfering with a service animal, evading arrest, and possession.

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RIP K9 Roscoe, see you on the otherside of the Rainbow Bridge! Thank you, your handler & all TDCJ K9 units for your unwavering service! Veya con dios, mi amigos!!

Roberta J Allen, TDCJ
Faire Winds & Following Seas
May 16, 2014


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