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CPD welcomes K-9 Cally to the force

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department would like to formally introduce the city's newest K9 Unit, Cally.

As many are aware, after losing our previous K9, Gunner, due to illness, Columbia Police were left without a K9 for road duty specific to the Columbia Police Department. In 2020, funds were secured by donation for a new animal. In September of last year, Handler Trevor Foster was sent to Milan, Tennessee, where he received Cally from trainer Jay Morris and The United States Police Canine Association.

Cally is a two-year-old yellow lab, specifically trained in drug detection. She and Officer Foster have already aided in several arrests and investigations in Columbia. They have also been instrumental in aiding other agencies in Adair and surrounding counties when a K9 Unit has been requested.

We look forward to many years of using Cally as she serves the city of Columbia and law enforcement.




This story was posted on 2021-02-14 15:31:57
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Columbia Police Department welcomes K-9 Cally



2021-02-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Columbia Police Department.
Cally is a two-year-old yellow lab, specifically trained in drug detection. She and Officer Foster have already aided in several arrests and investigations in Columbia.

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