Anderson, IN – The Anderson Police Department is mourning the loss of their Police K9 Harry.
In December 2022, Harry was transported to a vet clinic because he was having issues with his
right leg. After a thorough examination, it was discovered that Harry had a cancerous bone
On 1/10/2023, Harry was put to rest after seven years of service to the Anderson Police
Department. His handler, Officer Darron Granger, was by his side.
Harry was a Dutch Shepherd and specialized in explosives, tracking, and apprehensions.
Throughout his service to APD, he was deployed 161 times. His explosive sniffing capabilities
were a tremendous asset, and he assisted in locating several firearms during evidence searches.
Harry was a great partner and loved working the streets of Anderson. He always enjoyed
interacting with the public and showcasing his abilities in front of an audience.
The Anderson Police Department asks the community to keep Officer Ganger and his family in
their thoughts as they grieve Harry’s loss.
If you would like to know more about the Anderson Police Department K9 Division, you may
contact Sgt. Chaz Willis at email@example.com. If you would like to help donate to the
K9 Division, checks can be payable to the Anderson Police Department K9 Fund, or you can
donate online at https://www.gofundme.com/f/apd-k9-fund.