A former East Windsor police dog credited with saving lives has died, police said.
Mack, a 15-year-old German shepherd, was euthanized July 9, they said. The dog had been living with the family of his former handler, Sgt. David NcNeice, and could no longer walk.
Mack worked with police for nine years, from July 2005 to July 2015, police said. During that time, he was called to service 438 times.
Among his most notable rescues was his save at 4:45 a.m. on Jan. 25, 2012, when he found an unconscious man lying in brush 50 yards from his car. The man was in “desperate need of medical attention,” police wrote in a Facebook tribute. “Mack is credited with saving this...