Nanney Family Dog Adopted by Community Service Officer

Nanney Family Dog Adopted by Community Service Officer Photo: Blaine Police Department

June 23, 2018 03:19 PM

The family dog that once belonged to a Blaine police officer and an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota is now being adopted after the two were killed in a head-on crash June 15.

RELATED: Blaine Police Officer and Wife Killed in Off Duty Motorcycle Crash 

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According to the Blaine Police Department's Twitter, Steve and Marilyn (Susie) Nanney's dog Ranger was adopted by Jennah, a Blaine Community Service Officer. 

 A memorial service was held at Blaine High School on Thursday. Steve served as the school resource officer there for three years. 

RELATED: Memorial Service Planned for Blaine Police Officer, Wife Killed in Motorcycle Crash

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