WDP K-9 Officer Nash retires after 7-year career
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - WPD K-9 officer Nash has officially retired Thursday after seven years of service and hundreds of deployments.
The Wichita Police Department has announced the retirement of K-9 officer Nash. Nash began his career at the Wichita police Department in 2015 and has been deployed with his handler, Officer Nail, 780 times. During his time at the WPD, Nash apprehended 121 suspects, seized 84 pounds of narcotics and over $40,000 in drug money. He has also visited many cub scout, school and church groups over the years.
On his last day of work, Nash chased down a domestic violence suspect with multiple felony warrants. The suspect ran but was no match for Officer Nash.
Nash will spend the rest of his days with his loving handler and family.