Three deputy K-9s retire from Harris County Sheriff's Office

Two 2-legged lawmen also retired

By Louis Lochte - News Producer
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HOUSTON - Three deputy K-9s from the Harris County Sheriff's Office retired Tuesday.

Sheriff Adrian Garcia presented K-9s Tamara (a 3 year veteran), Rex (7 years) and Fozzie (3 years) with their retirement credentials at the agency's headquarters in downtown Houston.

According to deputies, combined the three are responsible for the seizure of over 71 kilograms of cocaine, 6,000 pounds of marijuana, 1,300 grams of methamphetamine, 298 hydro-marijuana plants, one firearm and $7,000 in cash.

The K-9s have been involved with over 40 area searches, 25 building searches, 84 explosives searches and 103 suspect captures.

Two two-legged lawmen -- Deputy J. Robinson (22 years) and Deputy G. Worley (34 years) -- also retired Tuesday.

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