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Bryan police K9 retires after nine years of service

(Source: Bryan Police Department) (Source: Bryan Police Department)
(Source: Bryan Police Department) (Source: Bryan Police Department)
(Source: Bryan Police Department) (Source: Bryan Police Department)
BRYAN, TX (KXXV) -

A Bryan Police Department K9 has officially retired. 

K9 Kohn has retired after nine years of service with Bryan police. 

"The decision and opportunity to become a K9 handler has been one of the best decisions I have ever made," said Sgt. C. Hanks, Kohn's handler. 

Kohn will retire with Hanks. 

Kohn has tracked "violent" felons, located evidence, sniffed out illegal drugs and worked with a tactical team. 

Kohn is retiring in good health. His retirement celebration will be on Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. at the Criminal Justice Center. 

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