Yarmouth police dog Nero recovering

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Police say the 29-year-old Latanowich shot Yarmouth K-9 officer Sean Gannon on Thursday while he and other officers were serving an arrest warrant at a home in Barnstable (BAHRN'-stuh-buhl).

The alleged shooter, Thomas Latanowich, is being held without bail following an arraignment in Barnstable District court.

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A K-9 officer has been shot and killed while serving a warrant at a MA home and a suspect has been taken into custody.

Nero, who was shot in the head and neck, was stabilized at the scene of the Marstons Mills shooting by the Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council SWAT Team and then taken to an emergency veterinary facility. He was married with no children.

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Over the weekend Yarmouth police posted a picture of Nero walking.

"Nero remains alive and we continue to pray for his full recovery as he overcomes a gunshot wound suffered yesterday", said Yarmouth Deputy Chief Steve Xiarhos in an e-mail Friday night.

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Police Chief Frank Frederickson said Gannon's death is hard for members of his department to comprehend.

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