Video: Dog 'Executed' By Omaha Police OfficerWOWT
Nov. 14, 2012
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This is a straightforward execution. Notice they charged him with "resisting arrest" too, laugh, these criminals have no shame. - Chris, InfoLib
An Omaha police officer shot and killed a dog on a public sidewalk. The officer’s report claims the shooting was justified; however, the owners call the incident an execution of a friendly, family pet. Mike McKnight obtained surveillance video of the incident for a Fact Finders exclusive.
On October 7th, after midnight, police blocked a street in the area of 35th and Vinton to look for an armed suspect. They say Chris Schulte, who lives in the area, ignored orders to stop and walked the family dog toward the search area. He was arrested and his dog, Teela, shot.
Chris Schulte said, “You know I should have got back but I was just walking on. Not threatening, dog wasn't being aggressive.”
In the report by Officer Schuster and Officer Clement, the officers said “suspect’s dog became aggressive, growled at officers, and showed its teeth before being shot and killed.”
Tim Wagner told Channel 6 News he watched the incident, live, from inside his home via a night vision security camera.
Wagner said, “The dog didn't stand a chance. The dog did nothing aggressive. I've lived next to this dog two and a half years and it’s one of the best dogs.”