Wednesday January 16th, 2013 informationliberation.com
Adams County Deputies Kill Dog at Wrong Address, Second Dog Killing in Two Months (InformationLiberation)
Adams County, Colorado law enforcement just killed another man's innocent dog after arriving at a wrong address. Adams County officers in Commerce City made headlines last month when they gunned down a dog after capturing it with a noose, shockingly, the officer in that case is actually facing felony charges for the incident. Apparently, those charges have, as of yet, failed to serve as a deterrent, as another officer apparently shot another man's innocent dog from 15 feet away. To add insult to injury, the officer allegedly told the shocked owner to "calm down" because he can "get a new dog."

Via 9 News:
ADAMS CO. - New accusations of a law enforcement officer opening fire on a dog in Adams County.

The shooting occurred shortly after 8 p.m. Monday in the 5400 block of Tennyson Street in Denver.

Business owner Jeff Fisher says Adams County sheriff's deputies went to the wrong address and killed his dog Ziggy, who was simply running outside to check things out.

"That's my son. I've had him for 8 years. That's my son," Fisher said.

[...]He says two Adams County deputies forced their way into Fisher's business, startling his dog which ran outside.

"He turned to come back to me. And the police officer opened fire. He ran past the police officer at the door. He just wanted to see who it was. And the police officer shot him 3 times," he said.

Fisher says Ziggy was about 15 feet from the deputy who opened fire.

"And I'm yelling 'You shot my dog. You shot my dog.' And the police officer says 'You need to calm down. You can get a new dog," Fisher said.


Hopefully this officer will face felony charges as well.
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