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« on: January 09, 2019, 05:26:22 PM »

Did I say good shot?  'Cause I mean cowardly good shot...

"Lafayette police officer shot in back by another officer fleeing from aggressive dog

LAFAYETTE, Ind. A Lafayette police officer was shot accidentally after fleeing an aggressive dog during an investigation at a North Ninth Street apartment.

Officer Lane Butler entered the apartment with two other officers while investigating a criminal mischief complaint at an apartment at 813 N. Ninth St., between Salem and Union streets, at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday.

During the course of the investigation the officers learned that a subject wanted on a warrant was possibly residing or visiting the apartment. The Lafayette Police Department reported that the Ninth Street homeowner was cooperative and allowed officers to search the apartment for the subject.

Officers were informed that the homeowner owned a large dog but it was confined in a cage, Chief of Police Patrick Flannelly said.

As officers began to search the apartment, the dog, believed to be a Cane Corso mix, broke out of the cage. Cane Corsos often weigh more than 100 pounds and resemble an English Mastiff.

Officers fled the apartment as to not interact with the animal.

As they went through the door a round was discharged from one of the officer's firearms, Flannelly said.

The round hit Butler in the back above her protective vest. She was taken to Franciscan Health St. Elizabeth Hospital and is in serious but stable condition."

Maybe having a giant police state filled to the brim with people who have no business wearing a badge is a bad idea?



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