Connecticut State Police Graduate 8 Narcotic Detection K9 Teams
This article was published on: 07/8/16 8:56 PM by Mike Minarsky
Middletown, CT. (July 8, 2016): The Connecticut State Police Canine Unit graduated eight narcotic detection K9 teams in a ceremony today for the 181st Narcotic Detection Dog class.
The canine teams are all trained to detect narcotics, including heroin and Fentanyl. For the canines, all Labradors from Guiding Eyes for the Blind in NY, the graduation marks the culmination of an 11-week rigorous and intense training course.
Connecticut State Police
Detective Joseph Miller & K-9 Shamus
Detective Nathan Charron & K9 Hogan
Detective Shawn Musial & K9 Iowa
Trooper First Class David Minsenti & K9 Yodel
Officer Jonathan Goss & K9 Josefina – Colchester Police
Enfield Police Department
Officer Brian Croteau & K9 Putnam
Hartford Police Department
Detective Zachary Kashmanian & K-9 Conner
Stafford Police Department
Sgt James Kodzis & K9 David