Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman says that she’s working to try to reunite a police dog with the family of the Plymouth Township officer that was shot and killed last month. Officer Bradley Fox was chasing a suspect on foot when he was shot and killed. The suspect also shot and wounded his K-9 partner Nick and later shot and killed himself. Ferman is trying to make it so that Fox’s wife will be able to have Nick as a pet. [Fox 29]
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