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Home  |  News  |  South Congaree Police Department K-9 Enzo's tour of duty has ended

South Congaree Police Department K-9 Enzo's tour of duty has ended
Friday, February 1, 2013

SOUTH CONGAREE, SC - South Congaree Police Department K-9 Enzo ended his tour of duty on Thursday, January 31 after a battle with cancer. Enzo was 9.

South Congaree Police Chief Jason Amodio said Enzo faithfully served the South Congaree Police Department and citizens in the town of South Congaree for eight years. Enzo, a German Shepherd, was born in Holland and was trained to work as a K-9 police dog.

“It is with a heavy heart that we inform citizens that Officer Enzo is no longer with us,” Amodio said. “Please keep Enzo’s handler, Officer Roger Singleton, and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time in dealing with the loss of his partner.”

The South Congaree Police Department will conduct a memorial service at a later date to recognize Enzo for his many accomplishments as a K-9 police dog and formally thank Enzo for his service to the agency and citizens in South Congaree, Amodio said.

“Since we are a small agency, the loss of Enzo is the same as losing a law enforcement officer,” Amodio said. “Enzo was a special dog. He was great at detecting drugs and equally great at interacting with children at schools and churches. Enzo was part of our family and will be deeply missed.”

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