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Dog Wash Fundraiser for Officer Killed on Duty Held in Andover

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    Dog Wash Fundraiser for Officer Killed on Duty Held in Andover
    Andover Police Department

    Andover Police are hosting a dog wash on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    The event, which is a fundraiser for the Sergeant Sean Gannon and K-9 Nero fund, is being held at the Wingate at Andover, which is located at 80 Andover Street in Andover, Massachusetts.

    There will be four washing stations for dogs, face paint for kids and tours of the police cruiser and truck. Burgers, ice cream and other snacks will also be available for a small fee, according to police.

    Gannon, 32, was shot and killed while he and other officers were serving an arrest warrant on career criminal Thomas Latanowich at a home in Barnstable on April 12.
    Nero was also shot in the face and neck. He survived.
    Latanowich, who is being held without bail on murder charges, allegedly sent text messages to his ex-girlfriend stating "I killed a cop" and "I shot a k-9" during the incident.

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    Gannon, 32, was shot and killed while he and other officers were serving an arrest warrant on career criminal Thomas Latanowich at a home in Barnstable on April 12.

    Nero was also shot in the face and neck. He survived.

    Latanowich, who is being held without bail on murder charges, allegedly sent text messages to his ex-girlfriend stating "I killed a cop" and "I shot a k-9" during the incident.

    All proceeds will benefit the Yarmouth Police Foundation and the Sergeant Sean Gannon Memorial K-9 and Police Training Center.

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