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Majority Leader Lorigo honors retiring member of the Sheriff’s K9 Team


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Erie County Legislature Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo recognized Hayco and his partner, Erie County Sheriff’s Deputy Bradford Ballantyne, during a ceremony held Sept. 21, 2017 at the Erie County Legislature Chambers for his years of service. Hayco will officially retire on Sept. 30.


“Hayco served as a member of the Sheriff’s Office’s K9 Team for six years, assigned to narcotics detection. During his tenure he was praised for skills, tracking ability, and hard work. Today, we honor Hayco and Deputy Ballantyne for the many hours they spent protecting our community. We wish Hayco all the best in retirement,” said Majority Leader Lorigo. 


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