Accelerant Detection Canine Misty retired on September 11, 2014, after 7 years of dedicated service to the Bureau of Fire & Arson Investigations. ADC Misty's partner is Detective Michael Douglas and they served in the Tampa, Florida area. ADC Misty averaged over 100 calls for service per year and investigated 1,023 fires over the course of her career. She earned recognition as one of the busiest ADCs in North America, but never lost her drive to also work with school children and the public on awareness efforts. She reached more than 11,000 students during her years of service and undoubtedly touched many lives.
Accelerant Detection Canine Raven retired September 30, 2013, after nearly 3 ½ years of dedicated service. ADC Raven and her partner Detective Garrett Carlisle examined over 220 scenes during her career, ranging in location from the panhandle to central-Florida.
Accelerant Detection Canine Molly retired on July 1, 2013, after 8 years of dedicated service to the Bureau of Fire & Arson Investigations. ADC Molly's partner was Detective Andy Redding and they served in the Jacksonville, Florida area.
Accelerant Detection Canine Misty retired April 1, 2011, after six years of dedicated service. ADC Misty began her career with BFAI in April of 2005. On her third day on the job, she assisted in an arrest of a man after he set his daughter’s house on fire and fled into the woods. ADC Misty made several alerts inside the house and when the suspect was found, several alerts were made on his socks and shoes. The suspect was arrested for domestic violence and later confessed to the arson. ADC Misty averaged over 100 canine assists each year including 27 out-of-region assists in Jacksonville, Ocala, Tampa, Bartow, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami.