WTF??!!! Any follow up info on this?
I think South Park rules apply for animals.guyver0313 said:Ok, for a misdemeanor, and a $300 fine, I think the term is excessive force. Either we don't have the whole story or something is up. I know I would have called an attorney after the dog was shot. Is there anything in the procedures for LEO about when it is and is not ok to shoot a dog?
...If the warrant was for that house, and it was expired, it's called unlawful search and seizure, the charges should have been tossed, any evidence they found was inadmissible.... Either his lawyer was an idiot, or were not getting everything....slayerized6 said:Turns out it was the right house. The search warrant has expired though. The man eventually plead to a misdemeanor charge of drug paraphernalia and was fined $300
This kind of thing has happened frequently for many years!!! I've seen a bunch of incidents where the cops had the right number but the wrong street - the right street but the wrong number (now of course the neighbor who was the actual target is flushing the evidence)Marlin336 said:This actually happens fairly frequently. Anyone remember about a year ago a mayors house was raided and his dogs were shot? Their is a trend towards kicking in doors at 2am when a simple knock on the door in the evening would work just fine.
or it was a Kevlar Corgi_ said:4 shots and corgi lived - seems like someone needs some range time