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FCSO/WCSO place well in the Iron Dog Competition

Fauquier Co. Sheriff's Logo used by permission by Fauquier County Deputy Jeffery Long

The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) and Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) placed well in the annual Iron Dog competition.

The annual event was held at Kettle Run High School on Saturday October 21.

Corporal Arrington and his Canine Remi of FCSO Patrol Narcotics Canine team took first place in Hardest Hitting Dog.

The pair also took first place in the fastest Canine and second place in narcotics detection vehicle search.

Master Deputy Sergeant Harner and his Canine Ladee of the Explosives Canine division took second place in the gunfire competition, explosives detection carousel search and vehicle search.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sergeant John Gregory and his Canine Roman took third place in agility, narcotics search vehicle and gunfire station.

Master Deputy Mathew Griffith with Canine Gator show cased outstanding performance in the competition.

A total of 33 elite Law Enforcement Canine teams participated in the annual competition.

Click here for more information from FCSO.

Click here for the press release and additional details from WCSO.

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