The Pasco PD are famous for their hilarious Facebook blogs and reports, and their K-9 units.

Starting Friday of this week, the Department will be featuring each of their "fur missiles" as they call them, to familiarize them with the community and to help raise awareness for the Pasco Police Foundation.

The Foundation is highlighting National K-9 Veterans Day today, Friday, and you can help support them by liking the Pasco Police Foundation page or contacting the department via their business line to make a donation if you would like.

The Pasco Police Foundation is an arm of the department that, according to their mission statement:

"A non-profit organization committed to advancing policing through benevolence (Pasco Cares Fund), training and community programs. The Police Foundation partners with the Pasco Police department to assess the philanthropic needs of the community."

This weeks featured K-9 is Ezra, who is a Dutch Shepard. Her distinctive look has quickly endeared her to the community. Her forte' is narcotics detection and she works with the squads and officers dealing with drug related cases. She's 4 years old, and is the only female dog in the Department.

According to officers, she's well tempered, unless you choose to mess with her unicorn toys. She rides and works with Officer Andy Corral.

While other law enforcement agencies have K-9's in our area, Pasco has the most with five.

 Ezra deals in narcotics, so she probably won't show up if Pasco officers get called to situations like these. Worst parking fails...ever. 

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