Oakland County Sheriff's Office adds puppy to support community after Oxford High School shooting

The newest member of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office will provide comfort to the Oxford community.

Sheriff Michael Bouchard picked up Oxford the puppy Thursday.

Clarkston Athletics helped the sheriff's office to get the dog, who will be assigned to support people in the wake of the Oxford High School shooting.

(Photo: Oakland County Sheriff's Office)

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Since the fatal Nov. 30 shooting, mental health resources have been increased to support students and others impacted. There's also been a push for even more mental health access to help students cope.

Sheriff Michael Bouchard and Oxford

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Additionally, the Oxford Community Memorial and Victims Fund was created to assist the families of the four students killed and help the surviving victims.

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Several benefits have been held or are coming up to raise money in support of the fund, including a concert in memory of DJ John O'Leary. The longtime fixture on Detroit radio was also the voice of Oxford hockey for years.

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