The Law Enforcement community said goodbye to one of their four-pawed partners on Wednesday, July 17, 2019. It is with a heavy heart that Beeville Police Chief Robert Bridge and Sgt. Chris Haller announce that Police K-9 Charlie was put to sleep on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, after a battle with leukemia.
Officer K-9 Charlie was born on January 5, 2010, in Poland. K-9 Charlie served the citizens of Beeville and surrounding areas with pride and always was happy to work. The proudest accomplishment for K-9 Charlie was the smiles that he put on numerous kids faces at the many programs, such as the Drug Free Program, and demonstrations he performed for the citizens of Beeville. K-9 Charlie would never turn down a good petting from anyone.
Charlie, a Golden retriever, was narcotics detection and tracking K-9 officer who worked for the Beeville Police Department and assisted several Law enforcement departments.
K-9 Charlie is survived by his handler Sgt. Chris (Angela) Haller, as well as the law enforcement community of Beeville.
On Wednesday, July 17, 2019, K-9 Charlie was escorted from the Beeville Police Department to the Beeville Veterinary Hospital and took his final walk in front of his friends and coworkers at 4:00 PM.
Trevino Funeral Home