Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Deputy Fouts retires

Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Fouts is retiring from the department after over 23 years of service. Grays Harbor Sheriff Rick Scott praised Fouts for his service saying that people like Fouts come along once in a lifetime.

Fouts was hired in 1989 and became the K9 officer in 1992. Fouts was promoted to sergeant in 1998 and has been the supervisor of the drug task force since 2005.




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