Tuesday, July 03, 2012

K-9 Baro Retires Today
Sullivan County Sheriff K-9 Baro will be retiring today. He's been on the job for nearly 7 years and during that time has been responsible for sniffing out large quantities of drugs and more than 100 thousand dollars in cash used in drug trafficking. On several occassions Baro and his handler have been loaned out to other agencies to help in their investigations. He and his handler, Aaron Smith will be honored this afternoon at the Sheriff's Department. (jb)

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  • TDOT Safety Grants
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