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Old 06-25-2015, 10:36 AM   #221
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Man suing city of Detroit, police for killing his dog - Fox 2 News Headlines

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A Detroit resident is suing the city and a police officer for killing his dog - and it was captured on police dash cam.

The owner of the dog, Darryl Lindsay, says it's a violation of his civil rights as details are laid out in a 19-page lawsuit against the city of Detroit and a police officer. The incident was captured on police dash cam.

Officers were searching for a suspected shooter and ended up shooting the family pet. The dog's name was Babycakes, the family pet seen here with her owner Darryl Lindsay.

A police officer shot and killed the dog while trying to track down a suspected shooter.

"What we want is a figure to ensure this never happens again in the city of Detroit," said attorney Chris Olson.

It happened on January 31 on the northwest side of Detroit as police dispatch receives a disturbing call from an officer.

"Shots are coming from a yard."

Officer Darrell Dawson was one of first on the scene relaying info back to dispatch.

"We got a dog in the driveway of this location," he said.

On the police dash cam, you can see the dog on a 10-foot chain walking past the downspout of the home. You can also see Dawson, standing feet away from the dog.

"The dog is chained up in the driveway," Dawson says on the video. "I'm in the rear of the location. I'm going to take this dog down."

Two shots are fired. The first hits the French Mastiff in the chest. The second comes 30 seconds later in the side of animal.

Police were under the impression that someone was firing at them, so they tried to get access to the backyard.

"Whatever he was looking for in the back of the house," Olson said. "He could of just went the other way and skipping the shooting the dog part."

It is an opinion shared by another member of Detroit police and can be heard on police microphones at the scene.

"the dog didn't have s**t to do with it," she says.

FOX 2's Dave Spencer arrived minutes later to the scene after the dog is taken by her owner to the vet.

No police at the location would talk about what happened.

Spencer did speak to a woman at the house that day who couldn't understand why their dog, tied up to a fence, would be shot and killed.

"You have to take reasonable steps," Olson said. "Which include doing things other than just blasting the dog off the map."

According to a police report, it found no violation by the officer saying police could use deadly force if they feel threatened.

The city was just served with the lawsuit and hasn't had a chance to review the allegations. It now has a month to respond to the lawsuit.

The attorney says no one has reached out to the family to apologize or offer any explanation of why the family pet was shot and killed.
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Utah man faces financial hurdle to sue the officer who shot his dog, Geist | The Salt Lake Tribune

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Sean Kendall, whose dog, Geist, was shot dead by a Salt Lake City police officer a year ago, wants his day in court. But a Utah law is making that difficult.

Kendall has filed a notice of claim outlining his intent to sue Salt Lake City. He also seeks to file a civil claim against Officer Brett Olsen, who shot Geist.

But a Utah law passed in 2008 poses a significant obstacle for the dog owner to sue the officer, according to Kendall's attorney, former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson.

The law, 78B-3-104, requires Kendall to post a bond to cover attorney fees and court costs for the officer. And it dictates the court award the fees and costs to the prevailing party.

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(1) A person may not file an action against a law enforcement officer acting within the scope of the officer’s official duties unless the person has posted a bond in an amount determined by the court.

(2) The bond shall cover all estimated costs and attorney fees the officer may be expected to incur in defending the action, in the event the officer prevails.

(3) The prevailing party shall recover from the losing party all costs and attorney fees allowed by the court.

(4) In the event the plaintiff prevails, the official bond of the officer shall be liable for the plaintiff’s costs and attorney fees.
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what if cops only chased suspects in order to shoot dogs tied up on chains in yards they shouldn't be entering?

Man: Officer shot my dog while police chased neighbor | News - Home

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A 3-year-old pit bull named Prada struggled to walk down the stairs in her front yard. Her owner said she was tied up beside his house last Wednesday, along with her puppies, when a neighbor said police chased a suspect who was arrested at the adjoining house.

"The officer told him to stop. He shot at the dude. The dog ran to the end of the chain when she heard the shot. When she ran to the end of the chain, she had no place to go. When she didn't have no place to go, when she reached the end of her destination, she turned to run back towards where the officer was going back under the house," said neighbor Michael Walker.

Prada's owner, Robert Alexander, said he had to pay $200 to get his dog back after the emergency repairs. He said it will cost several thousand dollars more for surgery to repair a badly damaged back leg.
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what if cops became handlers in order to abuse and beat dogs?

cop on cop violence.

Sheriff?s Deputy Caught on Surveillance Camera Sadistically Beating His Own K-9 Partner | Sure News

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A Ramsey county (MN) sheriff’s deputy is on “paid suspension” this week after he was captured on video beating his K-9 partner.

Brett Arthur Berry a Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy faces criminal charges after he was caught on surveillance cameras abusing his K-9 partner at a Carlton casino.

The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office says 48-year-old Brett Arthur Berry was at Black Bear Casino on June 14 for a canine training and certification event.
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Old 07-09-2015, 03:44 PM   #225
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the raccoon attacked!!!! we had to beat and shoot it!

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cop mistakes his partner for a dog.


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Am sorry I watched that video.

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a cop locks his dog in his car and turns off the A/C.

https://www.odmp.org/k9/1557-k9-nitro

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K9 Nitro died of heat exhaustion after the air conditioner unit in the patrol car malfunctioned as outside temperatures reached 106 degrees.

Nitro had just apprehended a subject who fled during a warrant service in the 8600 block of Santa Paula Way. His handler placed him back in their patrol vehicle and then returned to assist the other officers. His handler returned to the vehicle approximately 15 minutes later and discovered that Nitro was in distress. He transported Nitro to a nearby veterinary clinic, but he died a short time later.

It was determined that the patrol car's air conditioner malfunctioned and stopped working.
cops will even cover up the murders of fellow police officers.
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another department killed off two more dogs the week before:

https://www.odmp.org/k9/1555-k9-hector

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K9 Hector and K9 Jimmy died of heat exhaustion after accidentally being left in their handler's vehicle following his shift and a callout to assist a neighboring agency.

Their handler had completed his midnight shift when the other agency requested Jimmy to conduct a track of a critically missing person. Following the search the handler returned home. Approximately nine hour later he discovered that Hector and Jimmy had been left in the back of the department vehicle and were both deceased.
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cops couldn't let state laws get in the way of a good dog killing

Alton brings back animal control officer after police officers f - KMOV.com

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After Alton police officers fatally shot a dog to death, Alton city officials decided to re-instate the city's animal control officer.

Alton leaders decided to cut their animal control officer at the beginning of July, leaving police with an additional job for which they were not trained. The city’s Mayor announced a special council meeting that was held on Wednesday night to discuss the incident. During the meeting, officials announced animal control will be reinstated.

Alton's mayor said $1.2 million from the Army Corps of Engineers was given to the city as reimbursement for improvement's to Alton's riverfront. The mayor said some of the money will help pay for the animal control officer and be used to pay for police pensions.

A police report was released on Wednesday, revealing the Alton police officers involved took a dog they called wounded and vicious from outside of a Family Dollar Store to the city’s public works yard and shot him multiple times to “put it down.”

Illinois' Animal Control Act dictates the dog should have been taken to a veterinary office to scan the dog for a microchip, which would have enabled the officers to find and notify the dog’s owner instead of taking his fate into their own hands.

After killing the dog, they scanned him and discovered he was microchipped and then notified his owner.

“After reading the police report… I am speechless. This dog was shot two times with a .12 gauge shotgun, then two times with their .40 caliber hand guns,” said Jackie Spiker of Hope Animal Rescue in a post on the group’s Facebook page. “Their report says the dog was vicious… I do not understand how they were able to coax the dog into their car without getting bit, then coax the dog out of their car without getting bit to kill the poor thing.”
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Family wants answers after police shoot, kill dog - WSVN-TV - 7NEWS Miami Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Deco

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Miami-Dade Police arrived at the home Wednesday and wound up in the family's backyard. For reasons unknown, a shot was fired, fatally killing the family's 120-pound American Bulldog, Tyson. The family's 8-year-old daughter is now left without her best friend. "You can never prepare yourself to get the phone call saying police entered your yard and shot your dog," said homeowner Vivian Lopez.

However, when she asked as to why officers were even in her home, Lopez said, she has received conflicting answers. She said one officer told her they were chasing car thieves in the area. "My dog's body was found right here," she said as she described the gruesome ordeal. "His head was facing this way, and the cops came from this way. They shot him in his chest with a shotgun, right here where the blood stain is still at, and we had to clean up the blood."

Lopez continued, "We have no dog, no answers and dog blood everywhere."

Miami-Dade Police have only confirmed that a weapon was in fact discharged and released a statement that reads, "As any open professional compliance bureau investigation, we do not comment into the matter," said Miami-Dade Police Detective Daniel Ferrin.
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Woman says TPD officer shot her dog - FOX 13 News

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Rambo, a one-and-a-half-year-old pit bull, is going through more pain than most humans will ever feel. He was struck by two bullets.

"Both front paws, at least three toes have to be amputated and his hind leg- he's got to have surgery or they have to amputate it," described his owner Brittany House.

Gunshots fired from a Tampa police officer's firearm caused the injuries.

According to a report, officers showed up to Rambo's house Friday evening regarding a child custody dispute. At the time, the dog was said to be on a leash attached to a post out front.

The report says the dog "aggressively lunged from the porch towards the officers." It says the officer was "forced to fire two rounds."

Owner, Brittany House isn't buying that.

"I think it's wrong. My dog wouldn't hurt anybody. He's so lovable and sweet," she said.

Tampa police officials say a neighbor gave a sworn statement saying the officer had no choice but to shoot, but one we spoke with painted a much different picture.

"When we told them it was a dog, that's when the dog came from under the house. When the dog came from under the house, both officers looked. When they went back, the dog was just looking, so he went with his first instinct. Bang-bang," recalled Monte Bowens.

The city of Tampa is working with Rambo's owner on treatment. She says the city has already paid $2,000 in emergency vet bills. She would also like an apology from the police department.

"I feel they do have a choice. They don't have to be so quick to pull out a gun," she added.

TPD isn’t commenting on the shooting, citing an on-going internal affairs investigation.
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On November 28th, 2014, Officer Matt Peters, badge #013, of the Jackson Police Department, in Michigan, entered the home of Eddie Harris and shoot Mr. Harris's family dog, Kane. I've obtained the in-car dash cam footage, and open mic audio from the police dept., by submitting a FOIA request. The only editing done to this footage is the addition of subtitles. Read the police report and watch the video.

Original FOIA request-http://youtu.be/vW7v2m1g0eA

This is a video that was taken right after Off. Matt Peters shot Kane. At the end you can see the layout of the stairway. See for yourself.-http://youtu.be/IQhBNdnStyg

1:47 Audio begins.
2:03 Officer's talking
2:13 Officer Peters opens front doors
2:20 Officer Peters knocks on hallway wall
2:21 Harris- " Who the **** is it? "
2:23 Officer Peters- " Po-lice "
2:24 Kane start to growl from top of stairs, starts down
2:28 Officer Peters- " ******* dog! "
2:30 Officer Peters shoots Kane
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Heins said the department has received dozens of "disruptive" and "threatening" phone calls, many from out-of-state residents, regarding the incident.

"It's very disturbing the calls that we are getting because they are very threatening, they hope the officers die, and in my opinion these are mentally unstable people calling here wishing officers would die, wishing officers would get shot," Heins said. "Many of the calls are going to my secretary, so now I have civilians dealing with these really threatening phone calls that are very upsetting from people who aren't even in the state voicing their uneducated opinion."

Heins said anytime an officer discharges his or her weapon, the department takes it seriously. He added he thinks the officer acted appropriately Nov. 28, given the circumstances.

"I won't say it was blown out of proportion," Heins said. "At the end of the day the officer had to protect himself from being attacked by the animal, and that's exactly what he did."
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Four Police Dogs Have Died Recently After Being Forgotten in Their Cars : People.com

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A Georgia K9 officer at Savannah State University died earlier this month after his handler mistakenly left him in a hot car – the second such police dog death in the state this month and the fourth nationwide since mid-June.

Baston, a 7-year-old German shepherd, passed away on July 10 at his handler's home in Rincon, Georgia, after being left in the car for three to four hours, according to police reports.

Authorities say that Baston was forgotten in the back seat of the car after his unidentified handler brought in food to his family at home. The handler then had dinner and fell asleep before realizing he left the K9 in the car. But by the time the handler reached the car, Baston was dead.

The windows had been rolled up and the engine was turned off. Baston was rushed inside and put into a cool bath – but it was too late. Weather reports show temperatures that day reached above 95 degrees.
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Let's make that five!


Muldrow Police K9 Dies Of Heat Stroke In Vehicle | Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

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A K9 has died as the result of a heat stroke, according to the Muldrow Police Department.

K9 Zeke had been with the department more than four years.

The dog was inside of a patrol unit for longer than an hour on July, 24, 2015. Officer Robert Allen got into work at 4 p.m. and left Zeke in the vehicle with the air conditioner running, according to Chief George Lawson. A domestic battery report kept Allen on the phone for an hour and 15 minutes. When the officer eventually returned to the 2014 Chevy Tahoe, he discovered it had malfunctioned and was only blowing out hot air.

Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Charlie House said the investigation is ongoing.

In a preliminary report, House stated in part: “I told Chief Lawson that I have been a K9 handler for over 5 years and that it was not uncommon for me to leave my K9 in my unit with the air conditioner running while I am in the office working on paperwork. I also told Chief Lawson that the County is having some problems with the air conditioners in our Tahoe’s.”

House ended the report with this statement: “I told Officer Allen that in my opinion there was nothing that he could have done and that it could have happened to any K9 Officer. I told Officer Allen that I as a K9 Handler was going to learn from this.”

Muldrow Police released the following statement on its Facebook page:

“It is with great sadness that we inform our residents of the passing of our K9 Zeke. Zeke was seven years old and worked for MPD for over 4 years. Zeke assisted in over a hundred alerts over his career resulting in numerous drug arrests. Zeke passed as a result of heat stroke from a malfunctioning patrol unit. Thank you to the many individuals, businesses, and Cherokee Nation who assisted with donations in obtaining the funds to purchase him. Zeke will be missed and I ask for your thoughts and prayers for Brad Roberts and Current handler Robert Allen who are missing their partner.”
it also makes it the second "malfunctioing" a/c unit.

to be fair to me, i have presented a little bit of evidence that might suggest that police officers lie in order to get away with crimes like murder.

to be fair.
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another day, another dog to kill.

Woman facing charges after police shoot, kill dog | www.ajc.com

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Claudette Terry told Viteri she was moving into a home on Pineglen Drive in May when officers stopped by to check on a man sitting in her driveway, a man Terry said was a friend.

"My son opened the door the dog ran out and kind of stood by me where the other officers were," she said. "He didn't bark, growl or anything."

Terry explained she was already speaking to two other officers when a third officer, Walter Dennard, walked up. In his incident report, Dennard said the family's 5-month-old lab-pit mix ran and lunged at him.

Witness Brandon Smarr said that's not true.

"He just took a step back and he just shot at the dog," Smarr said. "And then he started laughing afterward."

"The dog was shaking on the ground," Terry said. "And he walked up to the dog and shot it a second time. He walked closer and shot it a second time."

Terry said at first she wondered if anyone else was hit by the bullets.

"When the gun went off, my son went down in the yard crying. I looked thinking my son may have been shot," she said.

The puppy named 8-Ball was friendly, according to friends, and well-loved, especially by Terry's daughter.

Officer Dennard's file showed several use of force complaints, including a suspension for Tasing a suspect in the neck. But Terry is the one facing charges for not having her dog on a leash or showing rabies paperwork.

A Clayton County police spokesperson said the Office of Professional Standards is conducting an internal investigation and they cannot comment in the meantime.
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well ****. TX, you've outdone yourselves!

Law enforcement will receive training on dog encounters

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But the following is indisputable: The officer shot Lily, just 10 feet away from Boling, killing the dog instantly. A bullet ricocheted against the Bolings' house and a neighbor emerged, frantic that a person had been shot.

Lily "went up to him and we had no fear, no concern because it was a police officer," Boling said. "It happened within just minutes, seconds."

This was one of about 280 dog shootings that happened that year in Texas. In the past five years, more than 1,000 dogs have been shot by Texas law enforcement, according to data from the Texas Humane Legislation Network. Not all police departments keep track of canine shootings so an exact number cannot be easily determined.



After the shooting, the Bolings learned there was no mandatory training for officers on how to handle interactions with dogs. They resolved to change that. Now, thanks to a law they pushed for, all law enforcement officers — from sheriffs to park rangers to police — will spend at least four hours in a classroom and interacting with dogs to learn how to peacefully handle encounters.
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cop sets up a dog in order to try to kill it.

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Cpl. Jason Casbon, a resident of the 400 North block of County Road 325 East in Washington Township, said he shot the dog, Loki, twice with a .22-caliber rifle, according to a Porter County Sheriff's Department report.

Casbon told The Times he shot Loki after he heard she had just killed four of his neighbor's chickens and was approaching his chicken coop. He had hoped to just scare the dog away, but decided to pull the trigger repeatedly after Loki growled and barked at him.

He said he did not call police or animal control after the shooting.

"The dog was headed home," Casbon said. "It yelped, but I wasn't even sure I hit it."

Loki's owner, Clifford Malings, said Loki and the dog's brother, Bacchus, have a history of escaping his property. He said they have made their way over to, but have never attacked, Casbon's chickens.

Casbon said he has lost nine chickens and three ducks. While he never saw Malings' dogs kill the birds, he said he saw the pawprints of dogs.

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Loki is recovering after receiving emergency care, Malings said, and veterinarians found she had been shot at least three times.

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He said he was out of town during this latest incident and the house sitter was also away for the evening.

Another neighbor noticed the injured dog and alerted Malings, who contacted his house sitter. The house sitter said when he returned that night he found two doors open at the house and the fence gate open, Malings said.

The incident was reported to county police as a possible burglary, but responding officers found no signs of forced entry or missing property, according to the police report.

Cpl. Jamie Erow, public information officer for the Porter County Sheriff's Department, said the department is waiting on projectile evidence from the veterinarian before sending everything to prosecutors for review for possible criminal charges.
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You never hear about police officers shooting a cat...
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You never hear about police officers shooting a cat...
no but i posted the video of the raid a few days ago where the cop kicks one... [we don't see the kick but we hear the officer say "...here, i'll kick it"

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