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News Release
K9 Hektor
K9 Hektor
6/19/24 - LCSO Case #24-3216 - Lane County Sheriff's K9 Hektor assists arrest of suspect violating restraining order (Photo) - 06/21/24

On the afternoon of June 19th, Lane County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 23900 block of High Pass Road for a violation of a restraining order by Jeremy Allen Johnson, 35. When deputies arrived at the victim’s residence, Johnson fled. K9 Hektor and his handler were able to track Johnson, who attempted to hide, and apprehend him. Johnson was arrested and lodged at the Lane County Jail for Violation of a Restraining Order and Menacing (APA).  

The Lane County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit is funded by community donations.  All donations go directly to the K9 program to supply food, veterinary care, and equipment.  Learn more at https://www.lanecounty.org/government/county_departments/sheriff_s_office/about_us_-_now_and_then/police_services_division/k9_unit

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