Durham Regional Police K-9 retiring after decade-long career
One of the Durham Regional Police K-9 members is hanging up his leash after a 10-year career.
Havoc started patrolling the streets of Durham Region in December 2010, alongside his partner Det. Const. Wayne King. Since then, the DRPS credits Havoc with 39 criminal apprehensions. He also helped find more than 100 suspects and missing persons.
DRPS say Havoc was also responsible for locating four illegal firearms, including three handguns and one sawed off shotgun.
“Havoc always displayed an incredible work ethic and extreme intensity while performing his duties, but also has a soft and stable demeanor that came out while interacting with members of the public throughout his career,” reads a release issued by DRPS on Thursday (July 6).
With respect to his retirement, Havoc will be staying with Det. Const. King and his family.