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Stonington K-9 team completes training

Published June 05. 2014 4:12PM   Updated June 05. 2014 4:14PM

Meriden - A Stonington Police Department K-9 team will be among the nine teams graduating Thursday as members of the 166th Patrol Dog class at the Connecticut State Police Training Academy,

A ceremony is set for 7 p.m. at the training academy at 285 Preston Ave. in Meriden.

The canine teams, all with German shepherd patrol dogs, have completed a 15-week training course. Graduates are a mix of state troopers, correction officers and municipal police officers, including Stonington Officer Earl Palmer and his dog, Odin.

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