Police dog gets bullet-, stab-protective vest
by Staff Reports
12:46 PM, Monday, July 06
The Sandy Springs Police Department Monday announced its K-9 Django has received a ballistic vest thanks to a donation from an East Taunton, Mass.-based nonprofit, Vested Interest in K9s Inc., and Cumming resident Joe Raddack, who combined to prov...

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