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May 20, 2013

Rowland and Knox are perfect again

Knoxville —

On Saturday, May 18, the Knoxville Police K-9 Unit participated in the annual Midwest K-9 Detector Dog Trials in Adel. Officers  Rowland and Knox successfully certified with a perfect 4 out of 4 score. This is the fifth consecutive year that the Knoxville K-9 Unit has achieved a perfect score.

The Knoxville Police Department is very proud of Officers Rowland and Knox and congratulate them on their outstanding work.

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