The Benton Review

‘Snap’ and Deputy Clements ready to serve



Deputy Paden Clements with his canine partner, ‘‘Snap”. Photo Provided

Deputy Paden Clements with his canine partner, ‘‘Snap”. Photo Provided

The Benton County Sheriffs Office is pleased to introduce its newest canine handler Deputy Paden Clements and his canine partner, Snap.

Deputy Clements and K-9 Snap under went several weeks of training before beginning their first tour of duty.

Snap is a multi-use, two and a half year old Belgian Malinois whose main objective will be locating illegal narcotics.

Deputy Clements and K-9 Snap join the Benton County Sheriffs Office’s other two canine duos, Deputy Derek Fuehrer with Lux, and Deputy Austin Rennick with Riot.

According to Sheriff John Cox, the Benton County Sheriff Office is committed to seeking out and arresting those in our county who possess, manufacture, transport, use and deal illegal narcotics in Benton County. “I would like to give a special shoutout to Benton County Prosecutor Rex Kepner, and the Benton County Community Foundation for their generous donations that helped make new canine team a reality,” said Cox.

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