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Another dog story

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Bud Head, Feb 1, 2003.

  1. Some Wonder If Dog Shooting Had Impact In Utah Officer's Murder
    It's been a month since a Cookeville Police Officer shot and killed a family's dog during felony traffic stop.

    Now a state trooper in Utah is dead and some wonder if what happened in Tennessee had an impact.

    Sunday, a Utah deputy stopped a car because he suspected the driver had been drinking.

    He handcuffed the man and called for backup and a tow truck.

    The passenger asked the trooper to close the car's windows because he had dogs inside. When the trooper went to shut the windows, the man shot and killed him.

    Cookeville police officials said reminds them why they stood behind Officer Eric Hall's decision to shoot and kill a dog during a felony stop.

    The suspects fled the scene, but were later captured.

    Trooper Jones was buried Friday.
  2. I hate that about the trooper but I doubt the dog story had anything to do with it. Of course, the minds of some people work in rather odd and disturbing ways so they may have seen it as some sort of vengeance for what happened in Cookeville. You never know.

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