The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is a finalist in a contest to win a new deputy vehicle. The contest is being put on by Vested Interest in K9s.
The company provides bullet and stab protective vests to law enforcement dogs across the country. The list of finalists has been narrowed down to 30, with K9 Kato and Deputy Duvall competing from Williamson County.
The winning department will get a new Chevy Tahoe SUV with police pursuit package and K9 customizations.
Public voting runs through Halloween night. To cast a ballot, go here.