Meet the Team

K-9 Lexi & Officer Nathan Erdmann

Lexi is a purebred Labrador Retriever dog. She enjoys finding drugs and playing fetch.

Lexi is Officer Erdmann’s first canine, and has several finds and seizures to her credit. Lexi and Officer Erdmann attended training and received certification through the Pacific Northwest Police Detection Dog Association.

Officer Erdmann has been with the Monroe Police Department since 2000 and is a field training officer, and a member of the Monroe Police Honor Guard.

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K-9 Sam & Officer Devin Tucker

Sam is a purebred Labrador Retriever dog who has been with partner, Officer Tucker, since June 2017.  Sam is Officer Tucker's first canine, and already has several finds and seizures to his credit.  Sam trained with Officer Devin Tucker for 200 hours at Pacific Coast Canine before being certified as a Narcotics K-9 Team by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission.  K9 Sam is the department's first narcotics K-9 that is not trained to detect marijuana after the changes in the laws.

Officer Tucker has been with the Monroe Police Department since 2013 and has enjoyed his time so far with K9 Sam.

Officer Tucker and K9 Sam