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  • Son of K9 hero, Bodie, graduates to police work

    K9 Officer Bodie saved the life of his partner, Sacramento Police Officer Randy Van Dusen’s on May 18, 2012, when the dog was shot trying to apprehend Lucus Jerome Webb, 33, a car theft suspect, following a car chase and foot pursuit through Land Park. After completing rigorous training, his son, Blitz, graduated as a K9 Officer who will work for the Citrus Heights Police Department with Officer Joe Davis. A small celebration was held for the dog in Citrus Heights on August 17, 2016. 2012 file photography by Autumn Payne.

K9 Officer Bodie saved the life of his partner, Sacramento Police Officer Randy Van Dusen’s on May 18, 2012, when the dog was shot trying to apprehend Lucus Jerome Webb, 33, a car theft suspect, following a car chase and foot pursuit through Land Park. After completing rigorous training, his son, Blitz, graduated as a K9 Officer who will work for the Citrus Heights Police Department with Officer Joe Davis. A small celebration was held for the dog in Citrus Heights on August 17, 2016. 2012 file photography by Autumn Payne. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
K9 Officer Bodie saved the life of his partner, Sacramento Police Officer Randy Van Dusen’s on May 18, 2012, when the dog was shot trying to apprehend Lucus Jerome Webb, 33, a car theft suspect, following a car chase and foot pursuit through Land Park. After completing rigorous training, his son, Blitz, graduated as a K9 Officer who will work for the Citrus Heights Police Department with Officer Joe Davis. A small celebration was held for the dog in Citrus Heights on August 17, 2016. 2012 file photography by Autumn Payne. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

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