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Gwinnett County K-9 Unit Pay Last Respects to 11-Year-Veteran Officer Aiko
Gwinnett County K-9 Unit Pay Last Respects to 11-Year-Veteran Officer Aiko

On Wednesday, December 22nd, members of the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department are gathering to celebrate the life of K-9 Officer, Aiko. The eleven year veteran and right hand of Sargent Paul Corso, was most noted for his work with the Duluth “Run Away Bride” case in 2005.  

The services of Aiko will be held at Oak Rest Pet Gardens Funeral Home Cemetery located at 2691 Harbins Road, off Hwy. 316 in Dacula at 2:00 p.m. 

Oak Rest Pet Gardens donates its services as a tribute to K-9 Officers serving the public interest.   K-9 Officer “AIKO” will be laid to rest in the Garden of Honor at Oak Rest Pet Gardens alongside many other K-9 Officers previously laid to rest.

Services will include several of the Gwinnett Police Department K-9 Units.  

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