Police Chief Bret Farrar enjoys a little face time with “ROGeR,” a 3-month-old German Shepherd, at Lakewood Police headquarters in 2010. After the slaying of four Lakewood officers the previous year, a local breeder donated the puppy, whose name combined the last name initials of fallen officers Mark Renninger, Ronnie Owens, Tina Griswold and Greg Richards.
Police Chief Bret Farrar enjoys a little face time with “ROGeR,” a 3-month-old German Shepherd, at Lakewood Police headquarters in 2010. After the slaying of four Lakewood officers the previous year, a local breeder donated the puppy, whose name combined the last name initials of fallen officers Mark Renninger, Ronnie Owens, Tina Griswold and Greg Richards. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file, 2010
Police Chief Bret Farrar enjoys a little face time with “ROGeR,” a 3-month-old German Shepherd, at Lakewood Police headquarters in 2010. After the slaying of four Lakewood officers the previous year, a local breeder donated the puppy, whose name combined the last name initials of fallen officers Mark Renninger, Ronnie Owens, Tina Griswold and Greg Richards. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file, 2010

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