Posts By: Capital K9s

K9 Patton’s Assist

On January 19th, in the early afternoon, an armed robbery occurred at a business in the 6000 block of Monona Drive.  Madison Police Officer Nick Eull and K9 Patton assisted the Monona Police Department tracking the suspect that committed robbery.  The track was approximately ¼ mile long and ended at the back door to an… Read more »

Introducing K9 Patton

The Madison Police Department proudly announces the newest member of its K9 Unit, Patton.  K9 Patton is an almost two-year-old German Shepherd who was born in the Poland.  Patton is handled by Officer Nick Eull and replaces Officer Eull’s former partner, K9 Frees, who retired recently. Patton is sponsored by the generous financial support of… Read more »

Happy New Year & Save the Dates

We hope your new year is off to a great start! First: For those who voted so many times for us in the FM K-9 contest on Facebook — thank you. We unfortunately weren’t the top vote recipient, but appreciate your help trying to be more frugal when we purchase our next K9.  Next: We’re… Read more »

Introducing K9 Bowie!

The Madison Police Department proudly announces the newest member of its K9 Unit, Bowie.  K9 Bowie is a three-year-old Belgian Malinois who was born in the Netherlands.  Bowie is handled by Officer Eric Disch and replaces Officer Disch’s former partner, K9 Jagger, who retired earlier this year. Both Bowie and Jagger were sponsored by the… Read more »

K9 Allied Finds Drugs & More In Car

On April 10, at approximately 11:13 PM, officers were dispatched to an anonymous report of a vehicle dealing drugs out of a restaurant parking lot on the northeast side of Madison.  Officers responded initially and made contact with the vehicle and sole occupant.  After conducting a preliminary investigation, officers requested that Officer Jason Baumgart and… Read more »

Madison Sewerage District Provides Realistic Training Ground For K9s

Madison’s K9 Unit was out in full force at the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District for a special training exercise. The officers and K9s practiced coordinating an armed response on the district’s 558-acre campus. The landscape includes prairies, woods, and wetlands– the perfect environment for practicing tactical searches and apprehensions in a challenging but safe atmosphere…. Read more »