Wagoner County K-9 Deputy and his K-9 partner receive Top Award at advance training
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 Dangerous Drugs Advance Handler Training.
At the completion of the course the Top K9 award for the OBNDD's Advance Handler was presented to K-9 Deputy Cruz and Ice.
Wagoner County K-9 Ice proved multiple times that he was a formidable patrol K9 as well as being steady and balanced enough to switch right to detection and excel in both areas.
Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott would like to Congratulate Deputy Cruz and Top K9 partner Ice. There were nine outstanding teams that put in hard work for the week long course and to be chosen as one of the top in the course says something about the abilities of these handlers and their dogs.