Cop Goes to Wrong House, Shoots Family's Professionally Trained DogChris | InformationLiberation
Jun. 21, 2013
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A Texas officer mistakenly went to the wrong house to serve a warrant, after no one answered at the front door, the officer tried to walk around to the back of their house, at which point two dogs allegedly approached him and he responded by shooting one in the back of the neck. The dogs are professionally trained, and according to their owner the dog that was shot, Vinny, has never been aggressive, he just wanted to be pet.
LIBERTY HILL -- Vinny is German Shepherd with a bullet wound on the back of his neck. On Monday, a Leander police officer shot Vinny when he says the dog and another German Sheppard came running at him while trying to serve a warrant.Watch the video report:
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