At the age of 19, Robbie had aspirations of being a new York State Trooper and began his college career.
Only at 19, he
was taken from us in a tragic car accident.
name, My aunt and uncle started a scholarship fund that allowed my brother and I (including those our family didn't know) to start their own careers in Law Enforcement.
Renaming "Erbo" to "Robbie," I only hoped that I made his
dream come true.
Just like Robbie
(my cousin) Robbie
, my partner was not only a protector of me and family, but he
always made people second guess their actions while he
and I were at work.
This absolute MOOSH of a dog (at home) could be such an absolute psycho while at work ... at just the right times.
would most definitely make "Cujo" look like a poodle (no offense to Poodles)....
I don't know how it happened, but Robbie
would never bark at another cop while in the car.
I seriously think he
recognized either the uniform, their face or ?, but anyone else would get an earful of (in canine talk) "I'm here and I'm ready for anything you've got!
was a friend, companion, a protector, and my inherently inherited son.
"All the kids loved him," said police Chief Robert Butelli.
said the dog was affectionate when greeted by children at football games or during the borough's annual July Fourth parade.
also described him as a "valuable asset" when apprehending suspects, tracking missing adults and children, and helping with drug seizures.
is sadly missed by all at the . submitted by Renee' Konias