LAGRANGE, Mo. -- A video showing LaGrange police officers shooting a dog is creating an Internet sensation and drawing the ire of some city residents.
City residents said the owner of the dog, Marcus Mays, was ticketed for not keeping it on a leash or in a pen. The LaGrange city clerk confirmed Mays has a city court appearance for the city ticket today in LaGrange.
The nearly 10-minute video, shot from a camera apparently located inside a police vehicle, is posted on YouTube and shows the dog standing in front of a mobile home, tied to the home with a chain or rope. The dog, which appears to be a bulldog, does not offer any resistance and allows an officer to put a leash on it.
Police Department Employees
LaGrange Police Department
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-Penn, Larry Chief
-Cibert, Don Lt
-Gibson, Larry Sgt.
-McNelly, Dale Cpl
-Hydorn, Shawn Officer
-Alexander, Josh Officer
-White, Kyle Officer
-Gaudette, Paul Officer
-Kaylor, Jamie Office Manager / Dispatcher
I told her to tell that officer I dare him to come to Memphis and try to shoot my dog. I told her I am a licensed gun owner and a law abiding citizen who has never even had a speeding ticket BUT if he wants to meet in person at my home I'd be happy to show him what a good shot I am.
Originally posted by theability
reply to post by ZombieJesus
Shouldnt be to hard to track down the cowards
Cowards they are, the dog just wanted to sit an lay down.