Clay County Sheriff's Office asking for help funding new K9 "Ghost"
The Clay County Sheriff's Office is getting a new four-legged officer.
K9 "Ghost" is expected to join the sheriff's office in early July. But before he can begin serving the community, Sheriff Patrick Robinson is asking for help to raise money for several important pieces of equipment.
The office needs an insert, heat alarm sensor and door popper for the K9 unit's vehicle. It will cost the department $4,500.
Ghost's handler is Deputy Cody Blackwell. The sheriff's office hopes the K9 will help the small department fight the war on drugs in Clay County.