Officer Nick was officially retired at a Plymouth Township Council meeting on Monday night.
"He's where he belongs," said Lynsay Fox. That was the significance of Monday night, when fallen Plymouth Police officer Bradley Fox's K-9 partner, Nick, was officially retired and transferred to Fox's wife and child at a Plymouth Township Council meeting. That in such a tragic event, where so much is as it shouldn't be, at least one thing can be made right. That Lynsay, daughter Kadence, and a second child due next year, will have a small part of their husband and father to be with them through the years. To greet them in the morning with tail wagging, and to investigate bumps in the night. Nick's retirement was several months in the making. Since Nick, a Belgian Malinois, was paid for with a grant from the Department of Homeland Security…
Residents and law enforcement joined in ushering slain Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox on his final journey.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, September 14, 2012
The body of slain Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox was transfered to Boyd-Horrox Funeral Home on Germantown Pike in East Norriton today via a procession of police and emergency vehicles. Patch reader Kathy Walsh was on hand to photograph several legs of the procession and agreed to share her photos. We're asking other readers to share their photos from any memorials for Officer Fox. This tragedy has touched many of us and as much as we may want to, we can't all attend every ceremony. With our readers help, maybe we can all feel a little closer to the rest of the community who are grieving the loss of a good man. Log into your Patch account and click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to add your own images and video.