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The La Salle County Sheriff’s Office has welcomed a new specially trained canine to its force. Edo is a two-year-old German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois cross who born in Poland and has been trained in law enforcement service for narcotics detection. He has been assigned to Deputy Victor Alvarado, who serves as one of the school resource officers, working between the county sheriff’s office and the school district for an on-campus presence. SRO Alvarado completed his canine handler training in June through Pacesetter K9 in Liberty Hill, Texas. The sheriff’s office is extending its thanks to Pacesetter K9’s Bradley Langham for helping select the new dog to serve in La Salle County. Sheriff Anthony Zertuche said he believes Edo will be a highly visible member of the law enforcement team at Cotulla ISD campuses and will be called upon to assist patrol deputies whenever required.