K-9 officer laid to rest after diagnosed with aggressive form of cancer

Nelson was laid to rest in a private ceremony at the sheriff’s office around 2 p.m. Saturday.

HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. — A central Indiana K-9 officer was laid to rest this weekend at the Howard County Sheriff’s Office.

After 9 years of service, K-9 Nelson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer and his partner, Deputy William Cline, made the decision to lay him to rest.

Nelson made 564 deployments in Howard County. He helped locate more than 20 pounds of illegal narcotics, apprehended three criminals and helped officers seize over $85,000 in cash.

Cline says Nelson loved camping and sleeping on the couch.

The HCSO posted a tribute to Nelson on its social media Saturday evening. 

On January 13th, 2024, at approximately 2:00 PM, K9-12 Nelson was laid to rest in a private ceremony at the Howard…

Posted by Howard County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday, January 13, 2024

The sheriff’s office also posted a tribute video for Nelson on its YouTube.

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