Police department names K-9 after former Wildcat - Tucson News Now

Police department names K-9 after former Wildcat

Gronk, a 1-year-old male German shepherd, is expected to graduate from training in July. (Source: Twitter/TheRecorderNews) Gronk, a 1-year-old male German shepherd, is expected to graduate from training in July. (Source: Twitter/TheRecorderNews)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A police department in Massachusetts has named one of it's K-9 officers after former Arizona Wildcat Rob Gronkowski.

According to a report in "The (Greenfield, MA) Recorder," Athol police Chief Russell Kleber found inspiration for the name in a recent visit to the north-central Massachusetts town by Gronkowski, who plays tight end for the New England Patriots.

Gronk, a 1-year-old male German shepherd, is expected to graduate from training in July. 

Read the entire "Recorder" report HERE.

MOBILE USERS: Download the Tucson News Now app for Apple and Android devices.

Copyright 2017 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Police department names K-9 after former WildcatMore>>

  • Sports

    Sports

Powered by Frankly