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Police sergeant retiring to help son run dog training business

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A longtime Gillette Police Department officer is retiring to help his son pursue a dream of operating a business training dogs.

Sgt. Greg Brothers will retire Friday from the force to join his 19-year-old son Callan Brothers, who owns and operates B3 K-9 Training in northwest Gillette.

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B3 K-9 Training owner Callan Brothers, left, his Belgian Malinois, Revo, and father Greg Brothers pose for a portrait in front of the canine training facility last week. Greg Brothers, who has spent 24 years with the Gillette Police Department, is retiring from the force to help his 19-year-old son with his business.

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B3 K-9 Training owner Callan Brothers and Revo take a brief break from training Wednesday.

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Greg Brothers spent 24 years with the Gillette Police Department.

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B3 K9 Training owner Callan Brothers, at left, finishes up some chores at his new kennel Wednesday.

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