TUCSON, Ariz. — The Tucson Police K9 Unit has announced the retirement of K9 Evo Friday.
Evo has worked with Tucson Police since November 2011.
TPD says Evo has recorded 962 patrol deployments, 287 narcotic searches, and 350 arrests in his 8 years.
K9 Evo is logging off! He had a great last shift and he’s ready to enjoy his retirement and just be a normal dog. We will have more about K9 Evo’s career and his retirement plans in the coming days. pic.twitter.com/gAT3ESwYWp— Tucson Police K9 (@tucsonpolicek9) September 13, 2019
@tucsonpolicek9 would like to announce the retirement of #K9Evo. Evo has worked for @Tucson_Police since November of 2011. Evo logged 962 patrol deployments, 287 narcotic searches, & 350 arrests in his nearly 8 years on the street.— Tucson Police K9 (@tucsonpolicek9) September 14, 2019
Thanks you for your service Evo! pic.twitter.com/F3IjX9UeUC
TPD says they will have more about Evo's retirement soon.