K-9 Rayzor Joins the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
Written by WBTA STAFF on March 13, 2020
K-9, Rayzor, and his handler, Deputy James D. Stack
Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr. is pleased to introduce the new Genesee County Sheriff’s Office K-9, Rayzor, (a 14-month-old male German Shepherd Malinois) and his handler, Deputy James D. Stack.
The dog is named to honor Genesee County Correction Officer Raymond F. Thompson who passed away while performing his duties in the morning hours of May 30, 2002.
Deputy Stack and Rayzor will be attending the Niagara Regional Police Service canine training program in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, beginning this coming Monday through the end of June.
We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all the individuals, students and businesses for their generous donations that made the addition of K-9 Rayzor possible. We would also like to extend our appreciation to all the students that submitted naming suggestions.
“We are pleased to have Rayzor as an addition to our agency,” said Sheriff Sheron.
Sheriff William Sheron Jr., Renee Thompson, Deputy James D. Stack