CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – The Horry County Police Department is celebrating the retirement of one of their K-9s.
K-9 Shelley has worked with HCPD since 2011 and has been deployed on a variety of calls.
She’s done everything from helping to find missing children to tracking down violent felons.
She’s had more than 170 calls for service and has had a success rate of close to 90 percent.
Shelley has also spent quite a bit of time working at local schools with students and faculty.
K-9 Shelley will now entire retirement with her handler, Sergeant Justin Miller and his family.
Thank you, Shelley, for your service to the community!
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