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Old 01-22-2014, 09:40 PM   #141
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I know this **** is old, but I just now saw some of these posts. I can handle watching videos of people being shot much more easily than seeing dogs shot. Not sure what that says about me, but either way, this one is particularly sickening to me. The lab was clearly not aggressive and was approaching him with tail wagging excitement and hoping on his feet like dogs do when they are excited. And that ************ just shot it to death. How ******* cold of a human being do you have to be?
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And I agree with Brainy here. I haven't seen a video in this thread yet that wasn't a gross overuse of force. Every one of these sick ***** need to have charges brought against them. Even if the fucked up, cop loving system would let them walk without anything being done to them. It's all an excuse for them to shoot and kill something, so they feel powerful. ******* disgusting. DISGUSTING!
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:20 AM   #147
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Arundel police officer kills family's dog during search - baltimoresun.com

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An Anne Arundel County police officer shot and killed a family's dog Saturday while investigating a burglary in Pasadena, officials said.

Police said the officer a one-year veteran of the force who was not identified was canvassing a neighborhood looking for witnesses around 4 p.m. Saturday. When the officer went to a home in 900 block of Lombardee Circle, the dog a male Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Vern "confronted" the officer in the front yard, police said. The officer then fired his weapon twice, killing the dog, police said.

Tim Reeves one of Vern's owners said he had been in the basement of his Pasadena house setting up for a Super Bowl party when his girlfriend called him from upstairs, saying she'd seen a police officer in the front yard.

"I said to him 'How can I help you, officer?'" Tim Reeves said. "He looked at me and said 'I unloaded on your dog. Your dog attacked me, and I killed it.'"
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UPDATE WITH VIDEO: Officer Shoots Dog at Boy's Birthday Party



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FILER • A dog is dead, and its owner is alleging trigger-happy police work after a Filer officer shot the animal Saturday outside his home.

Police, however, say the dog was aggressive and had to be put down.

Rick Clubb said Monday that his son’s 9th birthday party was wrapping up about 5:30 p.m. when Officer Tarek Hassani came to his home on Jacklyne Circle on complaints of dogs running at-large.

He shot the 7-year-old black labrador, “Hooch,” Clubb said, though it showed no aggressive behavior.

Clubb said he suffers Parkinson’s disease, and Hooch was his trained service animal.

“He didn’t have to pull out his .45 and shoot my dog,” Clubb said. “It was right outside my son’s bedroom. What if it had ricocheted through the window?”
Listen to the cop argue with the owner. ******* sick sorry excuse for a human.
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Family dog shot; police officer suspended from duty | The Daily Courier

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Another staff member at the Forest City Police Department learned from Mike the dog was missing. Mike had filed a report and also offered a reward for Raccoon's return.

On Thursday afternoon the staff member put the case together and Mike was called to meet police officers in a wooded area near his house. Mike said he met them about 150 yards from his house.

Raccoon was in a bag.

"I asked them if that was my dog. They told me he had been shot between the eyes," Mike said. "Why would somebody shoot this kind gentle soul? There is no reason for this."

"He was an off duty officer, used his own personal weapon and said the dog was aggressive with him . . . he never came to us to tell us he had to shoot my dog," Mike said.

Raccoon went missing at about 3 p.m. Wednesday after she and the family's other bulldog, Dufus, had been playing outdoors. Raccoon didn't return when she was called, Mike explained. He said that was very unusual so the search for her began.

The dogs had just received a bath and Mike did not put their electronic collars on them because they were still wet.

For the next 24 hours the dog was missing.

Mike said he and others combed their neighborhood covering about 200 acres searching and calling for Raccoon.

"The worst part is we went right past them and never once did they tell us," Mike said of Brooks' family.

"We spent a lot of time looking for our dog," Christy Packett said.

Jackson said since the case deals with a personnel policy within his department and also a criminal matter, he could not discuss any details of the shooting. He is awaiting further review with Greenway's office.

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According to Jackson, Brooks admitted shooting the six-year-old boxer and said it was "in self-defense of his family and wife."

However, there was no police incident report of any dog being aggressive and no police report was filed of shooting an animal inside city limits, which is unlawful.
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Kansas City police shoot dog while investigating disturbance | Local News - KMBC Home

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Police said they were forced to shoot a dog Saturday night while investigating a disturbance in Kansas City, Mo.


Authorities said they were called to a disturbance in the 6000 block of East 12th Street about 8:45 p.m., and were looking for a person with an axe.

When police arrived, they said they were attacked by the dog and had to shoot it. The dog died.

No one is facing charges or citations in connection with the incident.
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Old 02-20-2014, 09:12 AM   #151
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Woman outraged after trooper allegedly shot her dog

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She says she woke up to a Kentucky State Police trooper and a Johnson County Sheriff’s deputy knocking on her door at 1:30 in the morning to serve a warrant for someone that no longer lives at her house.

Two other KSP troopers pulled up just as her 4 year old Great Dane named Boss got out.

“He ran past a sheriff’s deputy and a state trooper that was on the porch. He went down the steps on my sidewalk and he was out maybe five seconds, and then I heard gunfire,” Pelfrey said, “I looked out and Boss was lying in the road. And I said, ‘Did you shoot my dog?’ and [the trooper] said, ‘Yes ma’am I did, he was charging at me.’”

But Pelfrey questions the troopers’ claim, asking why he felt the need to shoot five times, if he was standing in the road and when Boss walked right by the deputy and trooper standing at her front door.

“They could have tazed him, they could have pepper sprayed him, I know they carry batons. They could have taken other precautions instead of drawing your weapon and firing,” Pelfrey added.

Boss returned home from the vet Wednesday after being treated for four gunshot wounds. The vet says Boss could lose one of his legs.

We reached out to Kentucky State Police for their side of the story, they declined to comment.
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Old 03-06-2014, 08:42 AM   #152
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City officer charged with killing girlfriend's puppy - baltimoresun.com

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A city police officer is accused of beating a Jack Russell terrier puppy with a mop, then choking the dog and sending a picture of its dead body to its owner — his girlfriend.

Montgomery County Police have charged Alec Eugene Taylor, 27, of Silver Spring, with aggravated animal cruelty and abuse or neglect of an animal.

Taylor's girlfriend told police she received a text from Taylor on February 26 telling her that he killed the seven-month-old dog, named Rocko, after it defecated on the carpet. He then sent her a picture, according to a news release.
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:43 AM   #153
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YORK COUNTY, SC: Dog on leash shot and killed by York deputy | SC Pets | The State

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On Tuesday, two deputies went to McGlone’s house just before 4 p.m. after McGlone’s daughter called police to say she hadn’t heard from her mother since Feb. 26. McGlone had been sick, she explained, and her phone was dead on Sunday night when her daughter in Virginia tried to call.

When deputies arrived for a routine welfare check, no one was home. There were no cars in the driveway and deputies noticed a broken window screen, pulled away from a window on the side of McGlone’s house.

They tried knocking on McGlone’s front door first but got no response, according to a sheriff’s office report.

As one deputy, Jonathan Reed, knocked on a window at the rear of McGlone’s house, he saw her dog “charging” and “snarling with bared teeth,” with its head lowered, the report states.

As Reed “retreated,” he saw that the dog was on a leash, he wrote in the report. “However, I saw that the leash was long enough to allow the dog to reach me before I could get away.”

With no time to “yell at the dog or use a less lethal deterrent,” Reed wrote, “I instinctively drew my handgun and fired once, striking the dog in the top of the head.”

The one shot killed Scarlett. Reed was not injured during the incident.
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Crowley dog shot by police after homeowner calls 911 | KATC.com | Acadiana-Lafayette, Louisiana

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An investigation is underway after a Crowley dog was shot by police, after they responded to a call about a burglary in progress. It happened Thursday night, around 10:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Blue Bonnet Drive. The homeowner says she called police after hearing what she thought sounded like glass breaking in another room. She says she locked herself in the bedroom, told police she thought a burglar was in the home, and warned them about her dog who would be outside.

The homeowner says Max is a 3-year-old Chocolate Lab, and she told dispatchers that he wouldn't bite and was friendly. She was still on the phone with the dispatcher when she heard a gunshot. The dispatcher told her it was safe to go meet police, and that's when she says she saw that her dog was bleeding.

The officer reports the dog was aggressive, and he was shot as a result. The homeowner says the officer told her that Max attacked him, but she says the neighbor reported a different story. The neighbor allegedly said Max did bark, but he didn't lunge at the officer.

Max was shot through the left side of his head, behind the ear, and the bullet came through his neck. He is expected to be okay.
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Police officer admits to shooting, killing neighbor's dog in Scott Co.

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A Lexington police officer admits to his neighbors, he shot and killed their family dog.

The neighbor tells WKYT he plans to take civil action because the officer won't face charges.

"You've killed one of my children. I said that's how I feel. That you've just murdered one of my children," explained Scott County resident Brian Geary.

Angel had been a member of Geary's family for 12 years. He says she roamed outside with their chickens, and he was surprised to hear his neighbor, a Lexington police officer, accuse Angel of trying to kill his.

"As a police officer, he should have been able to use a little bit more common sense and a little bit more tact than what he did," noted Geary.

Officer Jeff Brangers told us off camera he's sorry for what happened. He says she's the fifth dog he's shot at, and if any others go near his coop, he'll shoot them too. Under Kentucky law, if an animal is pursing his livestock, he can shoot.
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MPD shoots dogs, family wants explanation | Mobile, Alabama news and weather, Daphne, AL news & weather

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One dog is dead and a second injured after their owners say a Mobile police officer entered their yard and opened fire while searching for trespassing suspects.

Mark and Lynn Yeager had to bury one of their dogs, Alfred, of 12 years after witnessing the shooting in their yard on Clearmont Street in Mobile.

“I understand that they’re trying to do their job. My dog was trying to do his job and there has to be a happy medium,” said Mark Yeager. “I don’t think they used good common sense.”

Police say officials had detained two individuals near Murphy High school who eventually ran off. Officers says they were chasing the suspects and eventually entered the Yeager’s yard, alerting the two pets who they say were aggressive toward the officer.

“I saw the policeman backing up with his gun pointed – heard two shots,” said Yeager. “I went ballistic. I mean I couldn’t believe it. He lay there about 15 minutes and I sat there and petted him and talked to him till he died.”

Mobile police are reviewing the case.

Internal Affairs also responded and is investigating.
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Cop with Sinister Past, Murders Family Pet and Brags About It | The Free Thought Project

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Sarah Jo Ellen Brown posted a dozen photographs on Facebook of her newborn baby meeting the family’s gentle pit bull dog named Cali just six months ago. On Wednesday, however Cali died; killed by a shot gun blast from Ardmore Police Officer Brice Woolly because he couldn’t capture the dog when she escaped from her yard.

Ardmore Police officer Brice Woolly makes this statement to the animal control officer, while walking back towards the patrol car to put up the shotgun.

“Cali”, was killed by officer Brice Woolly today at approximately 10:30 A.M. in the 400 block of 15th Avenue, in Ardmore, on a vacant lot.

“We’ll just write in the report that it tried to attack you and others in the neighborhood.”, officer Woolly states to the animal control officer.

Then, officer Brice Woolly went on to brag about the one he shot two days ago with his pistol, a witness says.

Brice Woolly was formerly employed with the Tishomingo Police Department.

Officer Woolly, at that time, shot and killed Jeff Baxter and the murder was covered up. Facts came out in the lawsuit and Brice Woolly’s account of the murder didn’t correspond with the dash cam footage. The City of Tishomingo settled that lawsuit in the murder of Jeff Baxter.

During the lawsuit proceedings, it was discovered officer Brice Woolly failed multiple psychological exams required to be a police officer. At some point, Woolly was allowed to join the ranks.

Today, a complaint was filed against officer Woolly for his actions from the pet owner.

Also, a second formal complaint from the witness who heard Brice Woolly make these statements, today, will be filed with the Carter County District Attorney, Craig Ladd.

While the family grieves the loss of a beloved pet, they also are demanding accountability for Ardmore Police officer, Brice Woolly.
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Family says El Paso police officer shoots their three-legged dog - KFOX14 El Paso - Top Stories

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An east El Paso family said an officer from the El Paso Police Department shot their pit bull when responding to their home last week.

Owner Deborah Hawthorne said she doesn't understand why an officer would shoot at her dog, Gracie, because she was already missing a leg after being hit by a car. Gracie did survive the shooting.

"She's handicapped. She's not a threat. She can't charge really. She never has charged," Hawthorne said.

Hawthorne said this all started when her husband got into an argument with someone else earlier that night. Because she said her husband was holding a knife, that person reported it to the police.

She said she is also upset the shooting happened in front of her 11-year-old daughter.

"When [the police officer] discharged that weapon, it ricochet off the concrete and the house.

It almost went through my daughter's legs. It was right there at the door so she could have been hit," Hawthorne said. Hawthorne said two officers responded to her home, and one fired at Gracie.

The shot hit her in her only back paw. "I saw the officer in the yard. He was off in an angle to the house in the shadows.

I saw a flash and the smoke come up and that's when I saw Gracie crawling toward me," Hawthorne said. She also said the officers did not identify themselves.

"I asked them at least five times what their names were and what their badge numbers were. They did not talk to me. They refused to tell me anything about my husband," Hawthorne said.

The El Paso Police Department said it won't comment on the case now because it's still under investigation.

"As in all cases where an El Paso police officer discharges their weapon, these cases are thoroughly investigated by the Department’s Shooting Review Team. This case is assigned to the Internal Affairs Division," El Paso Police Department spokesman Detective Darrel Petry said in a statement.

Hawthorne said she also plans to file charges against the Police Department.
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East Texas man says deputy shot his dog - KLTV.com-Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville, Texas | ETX News

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An East Texas man says a deputy responding to a burglary call shot his dog on Friday morning. The incident happened in the 6800 block of Farm to Market 514 in Rains County.

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Middleton said when the deputy arrived to investigate, the deputy claimed the dog was about to bite him and shot the dog to defend himself.

“She’s barking when he pulls into the driveway letting me know someone’s at our house, an intruder is here, or a person who she would think was an intruder that she’s unfamiliar with. She’s barking. The officer gets out of his car, and all the while we’re headed up [there]. He gets out of his car and shoots my dog in my front yard,” Middleton recalled.

Middleton says the dog was shot in the head. He begged the deputy to finish off his cowdog named Candy since the dog was suffering.

“I was so upset. I went over there to her and she was still alive and I begged and pleaded with him to please shoot her again because I don’t have any firearms. They got stolen. He went and got in his vehicle and backed out of my driveway,” Middleton explained.

Middleton had trained Candy to be a cow dog, and Middleton says his dog was a natural.

And then I had to do the unthinkable, the otherwise unthinkable. I had to kill my dog with my bare hands and put her out of her suffering, praying for this to be over with,” Middleton said.
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Thierbach, Carpenter told HuffPost, "seemed to be fighting back a smile." He said he asked the cop why he was smiling, and that Thierbach "smirked" and replied, "Well, he nipped at my foot."

Backup officers put Arzy's body in a trash bag and threw it into the back of a vehicle, Carpenter said. According to the Southwest Daily News, police charged Carpenter and Laliberte with trespassing and kept them in jail for a few hours.

Midkiff said he watched as other officers questioned Thierbach about the shooting. Within about 15 minutes, he said, Thierbach's story changed. He first claimed to have been bitten on the calf, then on the back of his heel. Later, another officer took a photograph of his toe.
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