K9 Forg certified in patrol work and narcotics detection

K9 Forg OSCO sheriff's office

Forg joined the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office K9 unit in October 2012. He’s the namesake of Okaloosa County Deputy Tony Forgione.

Published: Monday, June 17, 2013 at 10:06 AM.

SHALIMAR — The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit’s newest member, K9 “Forg,” has earned certification in patrol work and narcotics detection. He’s continuing his training.

Forg joined the force in October 2012. He’s the namesake of Okaloosa County Deputy Tony Forgione.

See http://bit.ly/1471TvA for Handler Deputy Sterling Eslinger’s update on K9 Forg’s progress.



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