Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

K9 Mojo

North Charleston Police Department, South Carolina

End of Watch Thursday, February 15, 2018

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Reflections for K9 Mojo

Thoughts and prayers to the family. May you rest in peace officer and thank you for your service.

Tammy Burgan, Citizen
Tennessee Highway Patrol Citizens Alumni

June 16, 2018

MOJO YOU ARE A TRUE HERO THAT WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN -REST IN PEACE

SEAN MAIONE
FORMER OFFICER,SPOKANE POLICE DEPARTMENT

June 13, 2018

All of our K-9 friends are near and dear to me. I worked with all of the Charleston County area K-9 units at one time or another over a span of 25 years. Those guys have always been the best backup you can have as a street cop. It saddens to see one more fallen comrade.

Joseph S. Jones
Master Deputy(Ret), Charleston County Sheriff's Office

June 3, 2018

What a beautiful dog I am sorry for your loss. I can only imagine big of a hole this has left in the handlers heart. God Bless !

Retired Sgt. Joe Covington M/C # 4926
Corpus Christi Police Department

May 22, 2018

A very broken heart

Reverend Trina Segna 786-566-1840 Trina
Pastor celebration church

May 12, 2018

Are these beloved and highly intelligent K9 animals now with the Lord Himself in the Heavenly Realm? Pastor and Author Randy Alcorn at EPM.prg certainly feels this is factual, and even devoted 2 chapters of his best selling “Heaven” book to establish his case. Get a glimpse of the Glorious Reunions awaiting their devoted trainers, owners and handlers at ImagineHeaven.net May the Good Lord comfort them, their Department and all Admirers accordingly…

Joe Lanier (a former Asst. Chief of Jasper, Texas PD)

April 23, 2018

K9 Mojo rest in peace. My sincerest condolences to out to you, your handler, and your agency.

Deputy Christopher Land
Macomb County Sheriff's Office, MI

April 9, 2018

Thank you for your service. My thoughts are with your handler, department, family and friends. Rest easy and enjoy the unlimited tugs and kongs at the rainbow bridge.

Officer Robyn Stankevitz
Saco, Maine Police Department

March 11, 2018

Rest in Peace K9 Mojo. Thank you for your service. My thoughts and prayers are with Mojo's handler and the North Charleston Police Department.

Cpl. Gary Hughes (Retired)
Passaic County Sheriff's Office
Wayne, New Jersey

February 25, 2018

Mojo, as a "Sheepdog" you watch over the flock. Waiting for the night the wolf attacks. Your watch over the flock has ended, yet the wolf still prowls.

Those of here keeping the watch now only hope we can hold the watch as you did. We pray you look down upon us and know we have not, will not forget you.

To some its "just a dog" , but us, those behind the badge, those who have K-9 partners, or have had our own "partners," understand the role you had. The role of Police Officer, the role of friend.....of family.

Our "family ". grieves your passing. BUT, know this, WE WONT FORGET!

Until we begin our watch, from those streets where God himself walks with you, please watch over us, guide our hearts, keep our heads clear, and remember, job well done!
...so rest easy "partner" we have your six....

A Brother
Thin Blue Line, fellow sheepdog

February 23, 2018

Rest easy your job is done. You will live on in the hearts of everyone that loves you. Thank you for your service God Bless, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jennifer Knutson

February 21, 2018

Mojo, I wish I could have done more to help you. Please forgive me. Rest In Peace sweet boy we got Brandon for you

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NCPD

February 21, 2018

We will remember.

Miss Eleanore Trupkiewicz
Civilian Supporter of Law Enforcement

February 21, 2018

May God welcome you with open arms K-9 Mojo. I know you will be in the best of company. Prayers for your handler.

Sgt. David Osborne Jr
Tennessee Highway Patrol

February 20, 2018

K-9 Mojo, You completed all your assignments to the fullest otherwise the Lord would not have called you home! What appears senseless to us is all in God's timing. Let the partner and family you left behind know that you are fine now and thriving in your forever home - and that you will meet up again someday. Until then, your spirit will continue to be an inspiration to those who knew you and those like us who only knew of you; we too will be humbled to meet you someday.

Susan King, Board Member
Michigan War Dog Memorial

February 19, 2018

Rest easy Mojo. It was a privilege to know you. Prayers for Brandon as well during this difficult time. You may be gone but u will never be not forgotten.

Deputy Z Hartley
HCSO Harris County GA

February 19, 2018

Mojo, we have got the watch from here little buddy and Nitro, myself and the rest of the unit will pick up where you left off watching over B and the rest of your family. You will be missed.

Pfc D Green
NCPD K9/ NCPD SWAT 1*

February 18, 2018

K-9 Mojo my heart is broken to learn of your passing. Thank-you Lord that the injuries sustained by his handler were not life treating. May the Lord bring comfort and peace to K-9 Mojos handler, family all his peers he served.

Lt. TW Martinez/Retired
State of New Mexico/JJS

February 18, 2018

You rest easy now little buddy. With your memory at our side, we'll take the next watch for you.

Jagger, Nitro, Nero, Felon, Chopper, and Buster

NCPD K-9
NCPD K-9

February 18, 2018

Rest in peace boy. Thank you for your service. Rest easy at the rainbow bridge brother.

Lieutenant John C. Moore
Wisconsin State Conservation Warden

February 18, 2018

Thank you for your service MoJo. I know Brandon is going to miss you more than anyone else will ever know.

The call for K-9 service is one I believe in our line of work carry’s more emotional baggage than any other position. Some will disagree, but I truly believe that K-9 handlers have one of the most mentally and emotionally vested jobs in our industry. You are with your dog , almost 24/7, they become apart of your family’s home life, they are always behind your seat or poking their head through the door while your on duty. They don’t call in sick on you and leave you hanging , their work ethic is better than most of ours, they will follow you through hell or high water. I think there is a select few that are called to K-9 service , and I thank you for that service.

Your handler has a road ahead on recovery , and while you are gone he will take up your trail where y’all left off and keep your legacy going. The trail will be different , never the same , but the memories y’all had will make the long trail worth it in the end.

Everyone needs to pray for the handler , he is going to need lots of prayers and support as the weeks and months go by.

PTl J.S. Lineberger
Cornelius NC Police

February 18, 2018

K-9 Mojo, thank you for your service to your department, and most of all to your partner. My condolences to K-9 Mojo handler.

First Sergeant Thomas Webb (Retired)
New York State Police

February 17, 2018

I GAVE MY ALL
"I am a deputy in a canine crew.
I have been trained to see it through.
When danger is near my ears perk up,
They taught me that when I was a pup.
I am often there to protect your rights,
My presence sometimes hinders fights,
I never attach with thought to kill,
When subduing one, my job I fulfill.
I never worry a single thought,
As to how I will fare at a certain spot.
the love I have for a handler's care,
Is all I need, each day to fare.
And if some day my luck turns bad,
I will relish the joys I have ever had.
To be with men who stand for good,
In a special kind of "brotherhood."
The story's end by now you know,
Of how I tried for a better show,
When I was called and I gave my all "

To the first K9 I ever tracked with, you had one of the biggest hearts I've ever encountered, and while you loved your job, you loved your handler even more. Rest easy knowing that you are loved and you will not be forgotten.

Rest in Paradise, Mojo. Continue to watch over B, but know that we've got it from here, pup.

Ptl H. Brown
North Charleston Police Department

February 17, 2018

Not all heroes have two legs some have four legs, a tail, and a heart of gold. Thank you for your service and may you rest in peace K9 Mojo.

Gail M Pabst
Aunt of fallen Detroit P.O. Jennifer Fettig eow 2/16/04

February 17, 2018

I very much agree that Officer Mojo is with the Lord. The hardest thing I have ever done was to put my dog down. When it was over, my head was on his back, when I felt this whoosh of air (i believe his spirit) leave his body. I screamed come back, come back! God blessed me at that moment to reassure me he would be there for me when I go home. I’m saying this because you will see him again. My heart breaks for the family of Officer Mojo. He wasn’t “just a dog”. He was part of a family. His personal family, and the men and women in blue at NCPD. I am so sorry for your loss. Officer Mojo watch over all of them and Lord give them peace and comfort during this difficult time now and always.

Sherry Farber
Mother in law of two police officers

February 17, 2018

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