Here’s an opportunity to hear a presentation by MPD K9 Officer Carren Corcoran and Linda Zapata about the use of cadaver dogs in missing person cases and the cold case homicide of Jeanette Zapata, Linda’s mother. All proceeds will go to Team Madison Police. (click images below to enlarge)
Posts Categorized: Capital K9s News and Updates
Sgt. Chris Boyd: “K9 Gildon, a 10 year old german shepherd, has retired from the Madison Police Department. Officer Jeff Felt and K9 Gildon began working as a team to make Madison a safer place in the spring of 2006. On December 1st of this year K9 Gildon officially retired and Officer Felt began training… Read more »
Capital K9s is delighted to announce the following 50/50 raffle ticket winners at Dog Paddle 2013: 1st Prize – Kevin Frey 2nd Prize – Jim Donnell 3rd Prize – Ron Markham Congratulations to these winners and thank you to everyone for making this year’s event a splashing success!
Time is running out! Dog Paddle is only eight (8) days away! Register before September 7, 2013 and save $3 for each dog. Capital K9s will conduct a 50/50 raffle drawing at Dog Paddle on Sunday, September 8, 2013 at Goodman Pool, 325 Olin Avenue, Madison. You can purchase your raffle tickets from 10:00AM to… Read more »
A local man was arrested on suspicion of multiple charges including drug possession after a traffic stop for a missing front plate, police said. The Madison Police Department’s West District Community Police Team was responding to citizen complaints about trespassing and possible drug dealing at an apartment complex on the 6700 block of Schroeder Road… Read more »
Madison Police are crediting K9 Josh with finding a missing 83-year-old man. The man’s wife said she awoke early Saturday morning, around 3:15 a.m, and realized that her husband was gone. Her husband has dementia, and she said he can go off on very long walks. She called police, and officers brought in Josh. Josh… Read more »
The Madison Police Department hosted a K9 training for neighboring agencies, where Sergeant Chris Boyd and Officer Carren Corcoran shared new strategies to train dogs for tracking.
Madison police officers said goodbye to one of their own Wednesday, May 22, 2013, as the department held a visitation for Sergeant Karen Krahn. Sergeant Krahn passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 19, 2013, after a lengthy battle with cancer. While she was in hospice, the Madison Police Department (MPD) presented Sergeant Krahn with the department’s first… Read more »