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Pulaski Police Department raises money for new K9

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Published: Aug. 19, 2017 at 1:14 PM CDT
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The Pulaski Police Department had a grill full of brats to help raise money for the department's new K9.

The department is hoping to bump its savings to $40,000, which will go towards a K9 vehicle and all the training needed for the dog.

The current police dog, Raider, is retiring and said its good-byes on Saturday.

However, the department will soon have a new K9 named Justice.

She is going through training right now and will be ready to patrol the streets by September.

"I will be the handler for the new K9. So the dog will be with me 24/7 under my care and watch so it'll be a new adventure," said Officer Kyle Betzner of the Pulaski Police Department.

Wisconsin Public Service donated $2,000 to the police department for the new K9.