CAMDEN - Earlier this week, South Jersey lost a decorated member of the Camden County Police Department, its beloved Agent Zero. Zero, the German Shepherd died at the age of 12, after serving the Camden County Police Department for eight years, faithfully protecting the people of Camden County. Zero was Camden's oldest living police dog, joining the force in 2007 to become a highly skilled bomb detector. Zero and his handler, Sgt. James, were both honored in 2014 by New Jersey State Senator Donald Norcross for setting a state record for the most suspect apprehensions by a K-9 officer.
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