Indiana State Police K-9 Barrett Retiring

(UNDATED) – Indiana State Police K-9 Barrett is retiring.

He and his partner Senior Trooper Matthew Wilson have patrolled together since 2012 mostly as part of a drug interdiction team.

In 2019, Barrett apprehended the man suspected of shooting and killing a K9 from the Fishers Police Department, according to ISP. He and Trooper Wilson are responsible for seizing significant amounts of narcotics including more than a ton of marijuana, 487 pounds of meth, 280 pounds of cocaine and 146 pounds of heroin and more than $1.2 million in cash.

The parents of Fallen Trooper Daniel Barrett with K9 Barrett and Senior Trooper Wilson (Indiana State Police)

Barrett was named after Trooper Daniel Barrett who was killed in the line of duty January 27, 2008.

Barrett will spend his retirement with the Wilson Family.