Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Man’s House Gets Broken Into, Cop Responds and Shoots Family Dog

Lily Dane
Activist Post

A Texas man called police to report that his home had been burglarized. The responding deputy arrived and promptly shot the man’s dog.

Last Friday morning, Cole Middleton arrived home around 11 to find that his home had been broken into. His guns and iPad were stolen, along with his wife’s jewelry. He called 911.

Middleton, a farmer and cattle rancher, decided to help his grandfather harvest silage during the 2.5 hour wait for the police to arrive.

When Rains County Deputy Jerred Dooley finally showed up, Middleton and his father were working in a nearby field. The family’s three-year-old Blue Heeler dog, Candy, ran to see who arrived on their property, like dogs typically do.

Middleton told KLTV what happened next: