K9 Division - Deputy Conley and Art

Art is a two year old, purebred German Shepherd, from Czech Republic. Art joined our office in November 2016 after his handler/partner, Deputy Ronnie Conley spent 4 weeks training with him in Indiana. Art's specialized training includes narcotics detection, tracking, and searches.  Deputy Conley and Art are members of a local K9 group that continually train and hone the skills of the K9 partners so they are better able to assist the citizens, and other agencies within, and around, Page County.  Art was purchased with funds made available to the Page County Sheriff's Office through donations by citizens of the County and the State and Federal Asset Forfeiture system, which allows money used in illegal narcotics criminal activities to be forfeited to law enforcement agencies for the use toward establishing and maintaining anti-drug operations.  This is one of the measures taken by Sheriff Cubbage to show his commitment to significantly reducing the effect of illegal narcotics activity in Page County.

Sheriff Cubbage, Deputy Conley, and Art want to thank the following businesses, organizations, and individuals who have supported the Page County Sheriff's Office K9 Program:

* Dr. Johnny Clark            * Barbara L. Guffey    * Brent Bozell, III
* VA Canine Association    * Tina Runyon            * Tractor Supply
* Lowes - Harrisonburg
* Page County SPCA

Deputy Long - Retirement of Levi

Sheriff Cubbage would like to announce the retirement of Levi, and recognize him and his handler/partner, Deputy Curtis Long for their dedicated service to the Page County Sheriff's Office and our community.

Levi joined the Page County Sheriff's Office in 2010 and has been instrumental in the many functions of the Patrol Division.  Deputy Long and Levi have utilized their training in narcotics detection, tracking, article searches, building searches and apprehensions to the benefit of our agency, our law enforcement partners, the Page County community and surrounding jurisdictions.  During his tenure, Levi was able to obtain certifications through the Virginia Police K9 and the Virginia Police Work Dog Associations.  While Levi is an exceptional employee for Page County, there comes a time when Father Time catches up to us all.

Because of the bond that is created between K9 partners, Deputy Long was allowed to purchase Levi and they will remain partners.

Thank you for your service Levi, and thank you Deputy Long for your dedication to the Page County Sheriff's Office K9 program.

Contact Information

Lieutenant Jeremy Keyser
(540) 743-6571
(540) 743-1252 (fax)