Bennington K9 officer receives body armor

Bennington K9 officer receives body armor Photo: Bennington County Sheriff’s Department/Facebook.

February 22, 2018 09:48 AM

BENNINGTON, Vt. - A K9 officer with the Bennington County Sheriff’s Department received body armor on Wednesday.

K9 Millie received her bullet and stab protective vest after a charitable donation from the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.

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The vest was sponsored by Deborah Huether and Nate Sumner of Villari's Martial Arts of Williamstown, MA and embroidered with the phrase “Gifted by the students at Villari's of Williamstown."

Bennington County sheriff Chad Schmidt says he's proud to have Millie on the force and protected.


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