Palm Bay Police Beloved K-9 ‘Sheba’ Laid to Rest on Sept 11 After Serving Eight Years

Sheba joined the palm bay police department in 2012

It is with great sadness that we report the loss of a very special member of the Palm Bay Police Department family as retired K-9 Sheba was laid to rest on 9/11/20. (PBPD image)

(PALM BAY POLICE) – It is with great sadness that we report the loss of a very special member of the Palm Bay Police Department family as retired K-9 Sheba was laid to rest on 9/11/20.

Sheba joined the department in 2012 and worked alongside her partner, Officer West until she retired in 2018.

Sheba, an incredible Dutch Shepherd, worked patrol with her handler for 6 years and was primarily used for drug detection, tracking and apprehending criminals.

During her time with the Palm Bay Police Department, K-9 Sheba was involved in numerous calls that resulted in the capture of many criminals and the prevention of any additional crimes. (PBPD image)

During her time with the Palm Bay Police Department, K-9 Sheba was involved in numerous calls that resulted in the capture of many criminals and the prevention of any additional crimes.

After retiring, Sheba spent her remaining years with her partner and handler, Officer West, doing what she loved most, playing ball.

Thank you for your service, Sheba. You will be missed.

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