K9 Ogar
Smith County Constable’s Office – Precinct 5, Texas

End of Watch: Tuesday, January 19, 2016


K9 Ogar was shot and killed while attempting an apprehension of a subject who was in a stolen automobile that was abandoned near the intersection of I-20 and FM 849, near Lindale.

Ogar was tracking one of three subjects in a wooded area when he was shot.

Two subjects were taken into custody.

K9 Ledger
K9 Ledger
La Salle County Sheriff’s Office, Texas

End of Watch: Sunday, May 29, 2016

K9 Ledger died of heat exhaustion inside of his handler’s patrol car while it was parked outside of the La Salle County Courthouse.

His handler had left the vehicle running, in accordance with policy, while conducting business inside the courthouse. When he returned outside he noticed that the vehicle was no longer running and he found K9 ledger on the driver’s floor board with his head on the gas pedal. It was later determined that the vehicle had run out of gas, causing it to turn off. The vehicle had been driven approximately 100 miles since it had been filled up previously. The vehicle’s heat alarm system did not operate once the engine stopped running.

Ledger had served with the La Salle County Sheriff’s Office for one year.

K9 Rex
K9 Rex
San Juan Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Thursday, June 2, 2016

K9 Rex died after after his handler unintentionally left him in a patrol car in McAllen, Texas, at the end of their shift.

Rex’s handler discovered him unresponsive in the patrol car as outside temperatures were above 90 degrees.

K9 BrunoK9 Bruno
Amarillo Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Sunday, June 12, 2016

K9 Bruno died from an injury sustained during a training exercise with his handler.

His handler threw a training aid as an award and while Bruno was retrieving it he ran into a tree, which fractured a vertebrae in his neck.

Bruno had served with the Amarillo Police Department for two years.

K9 MojoK9 Mojo
Arlington Police Department – Texas

End of Watch: Tuesday, July 19, 2016

K9 Mojo died after suffering from heat exhaustion while tracking a shooting suspect who had fled on foot in the 7100 block of Chambers Creek Court after leading officers and detectives on a pursuit.

Detectives had attempted to serve a warrant on the subject when the juvenile fled. Mojo began to show signs of heat exhaustion approximately one hour into the search. His handler transported him to a local veterinary hospital where he died a short time later.

K9 Mojo had served with the Arlington Police Department for six years.



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