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Memorial fund set up for fallen police dog

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Kilo and his handler Nathan Abbot had served the Indiana State Police since January of 2007. Kilo and his handler Nathan Abbot had served the Indiana State Police since January of 2007.

LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A memorial fund has been set up to honor Kilo, the police dog that was killed in Sellersburg, Ind. Monday during a standoff that lasted almost 10 hours.

31-year-old Joshua L. Priddy of Sellersburg is charged with attempted murder of a police officer, "causing the death" of a law enforcement animal, burglary, residential entry, pointing a firearm and criminal recklessness with a firearm.

Kilo and his handler, Nathan Abbot, had served the Indiana State Police since Jan. 2007.

Police say 100 percent of the donations to the memorial fund will support the ISP K-9 program.  The donations are tax-exempt.

For more information, you can contact Wayne Flick at the Indiana State Police Alliance, 317-636-0929 or by email at: wayneflick@indianasfinest.com.

Please ensure you designate your donation is for the "Kilo Memorial Fund." Donations may be made to the:

"Kilo Memorial Fund"
CFK/ISPA Foundation
1415 Shelby St.
Indianapolis, IN 46203

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