Recently certified K9 unit bolsters SCSO's capability in missing persons, drug detection

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K-9 Maggie and Deputy Justin Seckendorf, left with Deputy Kristian Kerkensen and Jasper. (SCSO photo)

DOVER - The Strafford County Sheriff's Office announced on Tuesday the recent certification of K-9 Maggie and Deputy Justin Seckendorf. The pair attended a two-week training program in Manchester, Conn., and returned certified in tracking and drug detection.

Seckendorf is currently assigned to the Civil Process Division of the Strafford County Sheriff's Office. This pair expands the capabilities of the K-9 teams by joining Deputy Kristian Kerkensen and Jasper, already certified in tracking.

Both teams can be seen at various events throughout the county.

Sheriff David Dubois said the recent certification only adds to the capabilities of local law enforcement teams.

"The experience and knowledge of both K9 Handlers along with Maggie and Jasper will be of great benefit to the people of Strafford County," Dubois said.

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