The dog, who worked most of his life with the sheriff's office, died on Monday.
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of one of its own. K-9 Lee died on Monday after being diagnosed with a “large tumor on his spleen just last Friday,” sheriff’s office spokeswoman Melanie Snow wrote in a media release. Lee, 9, had worked with the sheriff’s K-9 unit most of his life. “His death has been difficult for Deputy Robert Wilkins, who has worked with Lee since he was a pup,” Snow wrote. Lee worked in narcotics and on patrol for the better part of seven years. He remained on active duty until his death on Monday. Would you like to share your condolences with Deputy Robert Wilkins, Pasco? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
Brian Pratt sent out photos of an unconscious woman that he shot with a cell phone camera.
A Pasco County detention deputy was arrested and placed on paid administrative leave after he took pictures of a naked woman and sent them to others, according to Pasco County Sheriff’s deputies. According to an arrest report, Brian Dale Pratt took pictures of a completely nude woman unconscious in a bed in her New Port Richey home Feb. 13. The images were taken with a cell phone camera and mailed out to her ex-husband and daughter, according to the report. The victim told a detective that the pictures were taken without permission while she was passed out from drinking too much at a party. Pratt, of Hudson, told a detective he took pictures of the woman naked and vomiting in the bathroom and then escorted her to bed with the help of her …