The two are now inseparable. "I believe headds another element to policing down here that we haven't had before," said Naramore. With Zeus, he saidthey've been able to track down people he doesn't think he would've been able to find without him. Several months ago,Zeus found a man that went missing in Damascus late at night. "Zeus took me right to him after about two or three hours of walking around in the woods. We ended up getting that guy back safely," said Naramore. When officer Naramore arrives on scene he always has on this vest, but foeZeus, he has nothing to protect him. "Zeus is 15 feet in front of me on a lead," said Naramore. "He's the first one to get to the bad guy." After attending a training in November, Naramore was introduced to the Georgia Chapter of Vesting America's Police K--9 's, a group that helps department get vests for their dogs. Last year the group helped 18 units get vests for K-9s. This week they helped Naramore set up a fundraiser page.
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