Who Is K9 Drago? Tribute To The Slain Floyd County Dog: This news is not going to be about any person but a dog that was shot dead in an attack in Allen, Kentucky. The name of the K9 dog was Drago and he was a dog of the law enforcement forces. There were three other law enforcement officers that were killed along with him. Follow More Updates On UptoBrain.com

K9 Drago

Who Is K9 Drago?

Heathe Pigman paid tribute to all the brave boys and wrote on Facebook that Drago was an amazing boy. He would kick anyone’s butt when he was doing his job. He also said that he was grateful to Drago for doing an amazing service and being an amazing partner as well. He also paid tribute to the other three officers that were lost in the encounter. You can check out the Facebook post for more information.

There were five other officers as well who were injured gravely in the attack including an Emergency Management Director.

The law enforcement officers who passed away in the encounter were identified as Ralph Frasure and they belonged to the Prestonsburg Police Department and Deputy Will Petry. There was also the death of Officer Jacob Chaffins, who was tasked with handling Drago.

There is also a tribute paid by Amber Newsome to the K9 Drago. It said that he was unable to find the right words but if he ever pictured a perfect dog image of Drago will come first into his mind. Drago was really lovable and was sweet with his girls as well.

The post was really emotional and it showed that Drago was really important to the person.

Everyone in the department has been writing RIP Drago. He was an amazing K9 who had served the Floyd county community in the most brilliant way any person can. There is nothing but prayers for him and for all those who lost their lives in the tragedy.

“You’ll be missed buddy,” wrote Fraley’s Training service.

He loved his work and was very playful when he ever got the chance to.

There were reports in the media that a shooting had taken place and many officers of law enforcement were involved. It was also mentioned by the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department on their Twitter page. They also wrote that were grateful for all the concerns, texts, calls, and prayers from everyone and asked that they continue praying for the men and women who were involved and have suffered a loss in the incident.


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