Two dogs soon to join King County Sheriff’s Office

Will hit the streets soon

  • Monday, April 2, 2018 5:47pm
  • News

Two dogs are busy training and soon will join the King County Sheriff’s Office.

Brees and Enso will become part of K9 street units with the department. The Sheriff’s Office released photos of the two dogs on Monday.

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