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Nobles County Sheriff’s Department welcomes new K-9 “Frank’ee”

August 10, 2013

	Deputy Dustin Roemeling and Frank’ee will be hitting the road as partners as soon as Frank’ee earns his certification in about two months.

Deputy Dustin Roemeling and Frank’ee will be hitting the road as partners as soon as Frank’ee earns his certification in about two months.
Frank’ee is training to be a dual purpose K-9 working to earn certification in tracking and drug apprehension.
By Kristine Kern Staff Writer The Nobles County Sheriff’s Department has welcomed a new K-9 among their ranks. Frank’ee (pronounced Frankie) was purchased by the department with donated funds from the public and money raised at local fund raisers. Frank’ee was brought “home” to the department three weeks ago by his partner Deputy Dustin Roemeling following a training program.

The Nobles County Sheriff’s Department is grateful to everyone who contributed to their K-9 fund making the purchase of Frank’ee possible. He has some big paws to fill but it seems he has great mentors in Chase and Deputy Dustin Roemeling.

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