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Adams County Sheriff's Department to get second K-9 team

4:13 PM, Oct. 3, 2013  |  Comments
Adams County Sheriff Sam Wollin, left, presents Deputy Josh Czys with his new K-9 patch.
Adams County Sheriff Sam Wollin, left, presents Deputy Josh Czys with his new K-9 patch.
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The Adams County Sheriff's Department has selected a deputy to be the county's second K-9 handler, department officials recently announced.

Deputy Josh Czys will start his new duties in early November, when he will travel to Vohne Liche Kennels in Indiana to select and train with a dog for six weeks, according to an Adams County Sheriff's Department news release.

The additional K-9 team will allow the Sheriff's Department to have dogs working daily, according to the release.

Private donations from community members and businesses funded the new K-9 unit, according to the news release. Anyone who would like to contribute can drop off donations at the Sheriff's Department or send donations to: Adams County Sheriff's Office; P.O. Box 279; Friendship, WI 53934.

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