Wagoner County K-9 teams are professional working teams and are held to a high standard. The K-9 units train weekly to maintain a high level of performance in criminal apprehension, drug detection, evidence detection, tracking, building searches and obedience. The K-9 teams often conduct public demonstrations at Wagoner County schools and other functions to help educate our citizens on what K-9 units do. Wagoner County Sheriff's Office K-9 Division supports the patrol division in searching for outstanding suspects, lost and missing persons, illegal drugs, and evidence.
The K-9 teams also respond to burglaries, intrusion alarms and felonies in progress. Currently the Sheriff's Office has three K-9 units serving Wagoner County. The K-9 units respond to assist the patrol division, investigation division and any other law enforcement agency in or around Wagoner County, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The Sheriff's Office currently has 1 current K-9 team assisting with patrol operations.
5/04/2022 – On 5/3/2022 at approximately 1105 hours Wagoner County Deputy J. Burk made a traffic stop which led to Penny Feucht being taken into custody without i
2/23/2021 – Recently Wagoner County K-9 Deputy R. Cruz and his K-9 partner Ice traveled to Oklahoma City and attended the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangero