Animals Pets Stories

New Jersey Police Bloodhound Who Found Hundreds Of Missing People And Tracked Down Criminals Has Died

Please log in or register to do it.

OMaywood Police Department’s trusted Bloodhound K9, Remi, has passed away, leaving behind an unbreakable legacy. During her time with the New Jersey police force, she used her powerful nose to sniff out hundreds of missing people, including children and missing Alzheimer’s patients, as well as tracked down violent criminals. Remi had formed an unbreakable bond with her partner/dad, Detective Christopher Nichols, and was an ambassador for her breed.

Nichols shared the heartbreaking news on the department’s Facebook page, stating that Remi had been diagnosed with metastatic pancreatic cancer, and he had to make the most painful decision of his life. Remi spent her final days being spoiled by her family and died in Nichols’ arms early Sunday morning.

Remi was an essential part of the community and the police force, bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community on nearly a daily basis. Nichols wrote, “There is a hole in our hearts that will never be filled, and our family is forever changed. We miss her terribly already.”

The former Assistant Director at the School of Criminal Justice at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Patrick Reynolds, expressed his condolences to Nichols, stating that Nichols and his K9 partners brought great acclaim, professionalism, and pride to the Maywood Police Department. Remi was a big hit as a guest lecturer at Reynolds’ Criminal Justice classes at FDU. The impact of crimes solved, fugitives located, and families reunited cannot be accurately measured.

K9 Remi will always be remembered as a hero and a vital member of the Maywood Police Department.

RELATED POST  Shelter Dog Didn’t Want To Be Different So He Gave His Plushy A Makeover

🐕 We are a small group of dog-loving people who decided to undertake this small project to help dogs that are abandoned in the streets. Using a % of the money raised from sales, we take care of feeding them and grant them a home to live in.
Get Yours Here👇

Military K-9 Steps Off Elevator & Sees His Handler For First Time In 3-Years
Woman Hands Her ‘The Smallest Pit Bull In The World’ And She’s Totally Confused

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *