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A sickening video was uploaded to facebook of an alleged Cleburne Police officer calling a small dog towards him and then shooting it. The video appears to be the officer’s body cam which catches this gruesome act of animal cruelty. The person who uploaded the video, Darryl Neathery, claims that this was a Cleburne County police officer. Neathery said on his Facebook page that, “The CPD said the dog was being aggressive.
The Cleburne Police Department issued the following statement in regards to the incident:
The City is obviously concerned about the video showing an officer shooting a dog. As is often the case, the short video does not tell the whole story. The officer was responding to a 911 call for assistance. Three dogs had pinned some residents in a vehicle. One dog was secured without incident before the shooting. The officer was attempting to secure the other dogs until animal control arrived when one dog became aggressive. The City of Cleburne takes the safety of our residents, their pets, and our officers seriously. This incident is currently under review. The review will include interviews with witnesses and review of department policies. Once the review is concluded, any actions that may be warranted will be handled swiftly and appropriately.
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originally posted by: Lysergic
Alabama or Texas?
I see this video has added music.
Cleburne being in Texas...
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