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    Richland County Sheriff's deputy Emily Lemmond said goodbye to K9-Deputy Tosca, who died Friday after having a seizure. Lemmond was Tosca's handler and said that without her, there was no me.

Richland County Sheriff's deputy Emily Lemmond said goodbye to K9-Deputy Tosca, who died Friday after having a seizure. Lemmond was Tosca's handler and said that without her, there was no me. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Richland County Sheriff's deputy Emily Lemmond said goodbye to K9-Deputy Tosca, who died Friday after having a seizure. Lemmond was Tosca's handler and said that without her, there was no me. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

Richland deputy says goodbye to her best buddy

August 17, 2017 5:19 PM