Mr. Warner spent 8 years serving and protecting as a police K9. Mr. Warner retired in December of 2021.
Some of Mr. Warner’s accomplishments include, but are not limited to:
December 2021 – K9 Mr. Warner alerts officers to a firearm and hiding suspect in a Lowell Street apartment after the suspect pointed a gun at an officer
August 2020 – Officer Blair and K9 Mr. Warner assisted the Agawam Police Department during a narcotics investigation that resulted in Mr. Warner locating a large amount of drugs. The previous day Mr. Warner assisted the Wilbraham Police Department in locating a missing elderly man.
February 2020 – Mr. Warner assisted in getting a suspect who was believed to be armed to comply with officers’ orders to show his hands. After the suspect was taken into custody, Mr. Warner tracked and located the firearm involved in the incident.
October 2019 – Mr. Warner successfully tracked two armed robbery suspects, leading officers to arrest the suspects in Ludlow. Multiple armed robberies occurred in both Springfield and Ludlow prior to the arrests being made.
June 2019 – Officer Blair and Mr. Warner received the North American Police Dog Association’s Outstanding Service Award for their role in two incidents in November 2018 leading to the arrests of four individuals and the seizure of an illegal firearm and BB gun.
Mr. Warner has received numerous letters of recognition for his assistance from surrounding towns. He’s responsible for hundreds of arrests