Pettis County K9 Unit

Pettis County K9 Unit This page is to represent the progress and history of the Pettis County K9 Unit in Decaturville, Tennesee..

After 20+ the Pettis County K9 Unit now has two Patrol K9's proudly training and serving the citizens of Pettis County. K9 Cav started his career with the Pettis County Sheriff's Office March of 2021 with his handler Deputy Moore. K9 Lord started his career with the Pettis County Sheriff's Office April of 2022 with his handler Sergeant Long. Both K9 Cav and Lord came to the United States from Czec

hoslovakia, where they were raised and trained with their handlers at KILO 2 Working Dog Kennels Inc. K9 Cav and K9 Lord would not be here without the support and help of Phillip Sawyer with the Pettis County Prosecutor's Office and the Law Enforcement Restitution Fund.

Well done by all...
04/25/2023

Well done by all...

We would like to thank Missouri State Highway Patrol for requesting us to come help track the suspect. Team work well do...
04/25/2023

We would like to thank Missouri State Highway Patrol for requesting us to come help track the suspect.

Team work well done!!!

IN CUSTODY. Sweet Springs 0944 hrs

12/23/2022

Update,

First and foremost, I want to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers over the last several weeks. I am taken back by the kind words and sentiments that have been posted on both this page and Sheriff Ander’s page. Comments like that truly make me remember why I got into this profession and why I feel so blessed to work In Pettis County. With that being said I want to let everyone know that I am back to work and doing good. Without getting into too much detail, I suffered a (hopefully) minor shoulder injury during the incident but have been well taken care of. I also want to thank the command staff along with the ladies and gentlemen that I work alongside. This is a great group of people and I am honored to say they are my friends.

Sgt. Matthew Long

12/21/2022
12/06/2022

We want to take a moment to thank everyone for sending us pictures and videos from the Sedalia, Christmas Parade. Any additional videos and pictures can be emailed to us at [email protected].

12/06/2022
12/06/2022

On 12/4/2022 at approximately 1900 hrs., Joint Communications received information from Benton County of a wrong-way driver headed north on US 65 in the south bound lanes at speeds in excess of 100 MPH. A Benton County Deputy was following the vehicle in the appropriate lane of the divided highway giving updates on the vehicle’s location; the vehicle was described as a dark colored SUV.

Sgt. Matt Long and K9 Lord responded to the area at which time the latest updated location was provided as US 65 and V Hwy. Sgt. Long was south bound in the south bound lanes when he started making lane maneuvers in an attempt to stop all south bound traffic. He was successful in this attempt with all traffic coming to a stop near F Hwy. He then exited his vehicle and was able to move several vehicles out of the number 1 lane of traffic.

At this time, Sgt. Long reported seeing the vehicle approaching at a high rate of speed still north bound in the south bound lanes. He was able to retrieve stop sticks from his patrol car and ultimately successfully deploy them, deflating the tires on the SUV. The vehicle came to a stop. Sgt. Long attempted to get the driver to exit his vehicle, but said driver attempted to once again continue in the wrong lanes of traffic. Sgt. Long was again successful in forcefully removing the driver from the vehicle, thereby stopping the potential threat to both life and property of innocent drivers on US 65. The subject was taken into custody, but not without injury to Sgt. Long. He has been treated and is hopefully going to recover quickly.

This was an extremely dangerous situation for all on the roadway, and countless lives were saved by the quick actions of Sgt. Long. I cannot express how proud I am of him and all deputies, dispatchers, and troopers who both worked and responded to this. This is another example of the professionalism and dedication to public safety exhibited by all Pettis County law enforcement.

Arrested was the following: Michael J. O’Sullivan, 40-yoa, of Huntsville, AL. It is believed Mr. O’Sullivan may have been highly intoxicated. The Missouri State Highway Patrol is continuing the investigation as we speak.

Again, this deputy saved lives tonight. There is no greater honor in doing what he just did.

11/30/2022

Hello to the Community of Pettis County this page shows you the history and involvement of the Pettis County Sheriff's Office K9 Unit within the community. We will post pictures and videos from training and community interaction. This page is not for updated information regarding day-to-day operations or active information. For press releases and information please see Pettis County Sheriff Brad Anders Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=sheriff%20brad%20anders.

Please enjoy the history and information we will be posting.

K-9 Lord received this ballistic vest from generous donations by the Pettis County Republican Party.
11/30/2022

K-9 Lord received this ballistic vest from generous donations by the Pettis County Republican Party.

On March 07, 1990 Deputy Rusty Kahrs took over K-9 Handler from prior handler Kieth Buescher. K9 Deputy Rusty Kahrs and ...
11/30/2022

On March 07, 1990 Deputy Rusty Kahrs took over K-9 Handler from prior handler Kieth Buescher. K9 Deputy Rusty Kahrs and K9 Max.

K9 Cav was gifted a ballistic/stab vest by Irondog K9 International Inc bought through Vested interest in K9s Inc.
11/30/2022

K9 Cav was gifted a ballistic/stab vest by Irondog K9 International Inc bought through Vested interest in K9s Inc.

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Sedalia, MO
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