Baytown K-9 officer memorial arrangement revealed after venomous snake bit him

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The community in Baytown, Texas is coming together to pay their respects to a fallen hero. K-9 officer ‘Lenin’ of the Baytown Police Department tragically lost his life on March 9 after being bitten by a venomous snake while conducting training. To honor his memory, a public memorial service will be held on March 21 at 3:30 p.m. at the Faith Family Church located at 6500 North Main Street.

The Baytown Police Department has invited everyone to attend the memorial and offer their support to Officer Kinzie, who was Lenin’s partner. The service will conclude with final honors being rendered by 4:30 PM.

Lenin was not only a beloved member of the Baytown Police Department but also the first Explosive Ordinance Detection K-9 in the department’s history. He had recently been recognized for his excellent skills and achievements at a competition in Alabama, where he won the TOP Bomb Dog Award, placed second in Bomb Scramble, and third in Bomb Vehicles.

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The loss of Lenin has deeply affected the Baytown community. Citizens have been leaving flowers and candles outside the police department as a tribute to his memory. The police department has also set up a memorial fund in memory of Lenin to continue raising awareness of how valuable these K-9 officers are and to honor their important work.

The bravery and dedication of K-9 officers and their handlers play a crucial role in keeping law enforcement officers and the public safe. Lenin will be remembered as a true hero, who gave his life in service to his community. The public memorial service will be an opportunity for the community to come together to honor his memory and to show support for Officer Kinzie and the entire Baytown Police Department.

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