Wichita Police K-9 killed while responding to a call

Angie Massey
March 20, 2017

Police shot and killed the suspect.

After police arrived, a woman was contacted by officers outside the home.

A Wichita Police canine has been killed after a suspect came out of a mobile home with a gun.

Upon arrival, officers encountered a 17-year-old in an alley just west of Minnesota Street.

The man then walked back toward the house.

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At that point, a second officer, according to the statement, "saw a muzzle flash from the suspect's gun" and fired his weapon as well.

A police dog was sent after the suspect to stop him from re-entering the home. The suspect was wounded and later died at a local hospital, police said. In a statement, the department said he will be greatly missed by all.

Officers then released a WPD K-9 officer.

A post on the Wichita police Facebook page reports that the K-9 officer's name was Rooster and had served as 5 years as an officer. According to arrest sheets, he has been identified as 41-year-old Glen Farrow.

Ojile said Monday police were still trying to determine what the argument was over.

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