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APD Honored to Meet Student Who Named New Police Dog

first_img Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter John March 20, 2016 at 10:16 pm Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 From the City of ApopkaJohnny Simmons may be a little cautious around dogs, but he certainly is proud to inspire the name of the Apopka Police Department’s new canine officer.Simmons, a sixth-grader at Apopka Memorial Middle School, submitted the winning name – Honor – as part of a contest for all students at Apopka Middle and nearby Wolf Lake Middle School.  His award on Thursday afternoon was a pizza party for his class, a canine demonstration and a special visit from police officers, Chief Michael McKinley, Mayor Joe Kilsheimer and City Commissioner Diane Velazquez.“It is a special name,” Simmons said. “I talked with Officer [Jose] Diaz about ideas. We talked about A/B Honor Roll and the word honor just popped up.”His mother, Angela Simmons, wasn’t sure Johnny would come up with a good name because of his insecurity around dogs: “I am so proud of him that his name was selected.”Police Chief Michael McKinley said plenty of names were submitted, and Honor is fitting for the service canine officers provide to the police department. “This is a great name for the dog,” McKinley told the students.Honor – an energetic, 21-month-old Belgian Malinois – is teamed up with Apopka police Officer Josean Velez Cantres, who joined the Apopka Police Department five years ago. The two started working together last month, and they have been training to teach the dog patrol and drug detection skills.The police department received dozens of ideas from school students to name the canine – everything from common dog names to unusually common school items like pencil and paper. News of the contest spread quickly online, where local residents offered a few of their own suggestions for the students to name the canine – Darter, Tater, Scout, Thor and Sawyer among the different ideas. Please enter your name here Tenita Reid 2 COMMENTS Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Reply center_img March 18, 2016 at 9:15 am Please enter your comment! This is a great name You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 “Honor,” I like that name! Congratulations Johnny, great job naming the dog. My husband got bit by a Orange County police dog, but he wasn’t committing a crime. He was a young boy at home, out there on Welch Road, and his pig had gotten loose, and the pig went to the ditch full of water, that separated the properties. The deputy lived on the far end, and the deputy came in for lunch, and turned the police dog loose, and the dog went toward the pig, and then nailed my husband on the forearm. He still has a knot on his forearm, and two scars where 3 stitches were put. But my husband loves dogs, and German Shepard dogs, too. He had one German Shepard, named Wolof, when we were first going together, that he would sick on me for fun, and I would have to run to jump in the van, or get eat! Yes, he did that to me. It’s true. Reply TAGSApopka Middle SchoolApopka Police DepartmentHonorJohnny SimmonsPolice Dog Previous articleNolan endorses Arrowsmith and Bankson in runoffsNext articleThe Young Messiah – A Review Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more