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The Henry County Sheriff's Office has a brand
new resource to sniff out and track down crime.
It's the first week on the job for Deputy Mark
Glanz's new K-9 partner Andy. So far, it's been a busy one.
"In the last three nights on the job, we've done
two building searches," Glanz said.
The 13-month-old pup is ready to track down
missing people, evidence, and protect his handler. He's a resource Henry County
never had before Sheriff Michael Bodenbender took office.
"We always had to borrow from another county or
another jurisdiction," the sheriff said. "And it's one thing that you always
have to wait, and now we don't have to wait anymore. The dog's here and ready
The sheriff says Andy and his training were paid
for by private donors. The K-9 will live with Deputy Glanz when he's not on
"It's a nice feeling to have a partner there
with you that you know has your back through thick and thin," Glanz said.