Officer Daniel Gumm with his new K-9 partner Bane. They attended Tuesday’s meeting where the Wichita City Council renamed a park in honor of Gumm’s former dog partner, Rooster, who was killed in the line of duty.
Officer Daniel Gumm with his new K-9 partner Bane. They attended Tuesday’s meeting where the Wichita City Council renamed a park in honor of Gumm’s former dog partner, Rooster, who was killed in the line of duty. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle
Officer Daniel Gumm with his new K-9 partner Bane. They attended Tuesday’s meeting where the Wichita City Council renamed a park in honor of Gumm’s former dog partner, Rooster, who was killed in the line of duty. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle

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