WCSO K-9 “Rocky” Receives Letters, Gifts After Retirement

WCSO’s Lt. Robin Curtis says he has been truly surprised by the number of letters and gifts he has received for his recently retired 9-year-old K-9 partner, a Belgian Malinois named “Rocky.” People from around the area and outside have sent letters and a number of gifts to Rocky in care of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office. “Rocky and I are so thankful to everyone who has sent us a card or gift,” Lt. Curtis said. “That means a lot. I never expected to get this kind of response. This has been a wonderful send-off.”

rocky-giftsLt. Curtis said Rocky was responsible for recovering millions of dollars in cash and illegal narcotics and currency in addition to a number of felony arrests in addition to performing numerous demonstrations to educate young people and adults alike about how K-9 teams work. He retired as one of the most highly decorated dogs in Tennessee.

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