Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit receives a $500 donation

The Williams County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit recently received a $500 donation from Bryan AMVETS Post 54 to be used toward the purchase of a new training bite suit. Pictured from left: Deputy Ken Jacob with K-9 Ruin; Gale Horn, trustee; Gary Spurgeon, commander; Bonnie Spurgeon, 1st vice auxiliary; Rob Roy, 2nd Vice Son’s of AMVETS; Brandy Saladin, canteen manager with her grandson, Oakley; and Dep. Jason Randall with K-9 Django. Photo courtesy of the Williams County Sheriff’s Office

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