Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Reward After Arrest of Person Who Killed K-9 Officer
The Lee County Sheriff's Office is offering a reward for the arrest of the person or persons that killed K-9 Officer Chase. A recent autopsy shows that Chase was shot and killed. He became missing from his handler's home and his body was found later in a garbage dump site. Several business have contributed to the 7 thousand dollar reward fund. A memorial service for Chase will be held 5:30 this evening at the Lee County High School auditorium. (bg)

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