A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction anyone who is responsible for shooting a dog found near Lahser and Midland on Detroit’s west side on Thursday.
The lawyer argued that his 28-year-old client had “just cause” to kill his own dog.
Gemma’s owner told investigators he shot the dog with a crossbow after she behaved aggressively toward a second dog he owned.
Canton Police Sergeant Dan Traylor said that he expects the investigation into the shooting death of the dog called Stewie will be completed by the end of the week.
The shooting happened after the homeowner called 911 and requested assistance, saying he was being “menaced” by a neighbor’s pit bull.
A mid-Michigan police officer will not be charged for fatally shooting a golden retriever earlier this month.
Friends and neighbors in a mid-Michigan community are rallying behind owners of a golden retriever that was fatally shot by a police officer.