Nonprofit buys police dog bullet-proof vest

One of Milford's finest and furriest is safer thanks to some help from a nonprofit organization. Police say the group "Vested Interest" provided Zeus with

The nonprofit organization

The nonprofit organization "Vested Interest" purchased a bullet and stab-proof vest for the Milford police dog, Zeus. (4/3/15)

MILFORD - One of Milford's finest and furriest is safer thanks to some help from a nonprofit organization.

Police say the group "Vested Interest" provided Zeus with a bullet and stab-proof vest which costs $950.

Zeus and his handler, Officer Emily Covelli, finished their training in December.

Zeus has been patrolling Milford ever since.

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