Police Raising Funds For K-9 Memorial

CANTON, Ohio (WHBC) (Feb. 2, 2017) – Officers are hoping to tap into that same community support from when Canton Police dog Jethro was killed in early 2016.

FOP Sgt Victor George says Canton Police are installing a laser-etched monument honoring K-9 dogs killed while protecting the public.

You can contribute by purchasing bricks that will be part of a walkway around the $20,000 memorial at Second St NW and Market Ave N.

4 x 8 inch bricks are $60. Corporate sponsored bricks are $500. George says they hope to sell about 400 of them.

Click here for a sponsor form.


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