Police officer and his K-9 partner shot

Police officer and his K-9 partner shot

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    Police officer and his K-9 partner shot

    The Columbus Dispatch : Man arrested in shooting of officer, police dog

    Man arrested in shooting of officer, police dog
    Monday, August 24, 2009 2:56 AM
    Updated: Monday, August 24, 2009 03:46 PM
    By Josh Jarman
    THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    A man suspected of shooting a Zanesville police officer and a police dog was arrested this afternoon in Canton.

    Dominic Conley, 18, now stands accused of charges that carry a maximum of 106.5 years in prison.

    Officer Michael Schiele had stopped him Sunday night because of misdemeanor warrants on assault and criminal damaging charges. Those carried a maximum of nine months in a county jail.

    Muskingum County Prosecutor J. Michael Haddox said Conley had committed a "a one-man crime spree" Sunday night that included a carjacking, break-ins at two relatives' homes and holding six members of his family at gunpoint.

    Schiele, 29, was treated at Grant Medical Center in Columbus and released about 4 a.m. today. The police dog, Bosco, is likely paralyzed from the neck down and probably will be put down.

    Police described how events unfolded:

    Schiele was on patrol about 8:15 p.m. Sunday night when he saw Conley. He resisted arrest, and both men fell to the ground. Conley then started to flee, police said.

    The officer hit a remote control on his belt that opened the door to his cruiser, and Bosco charged at the suspect. Conley shot Bosco twice, in the neck and chest, and then shot Schiele once in the left leg.

    Zanesville Cpt. Mike Baker said Schiele told him after the incident, "Bosco saved my life." Schiele had not taken out his gun, police said.

    After the shootings, Conley car-jacked a 20-year-old woman whose 10-day-old child was in the car. He forced her to drive to the house of his relatives, where he let her go.

    Conley broke into the house and then went to another relative's house, where he held six family members at gunpoint.

    Authorities are not sure how he got to Canton, where he was arrested by police and members of the FBI's fugitive task force.

    He is charged with felonious assault on a police officer, assault on a police dog and kidnapping, aggravated robbery and abduction, all of which have gun specifications that could lengthen any sentence.
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    What is not mentioned in the article is that they used a emergency medical helicopter to transport the dog to an emergency vet hospital
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    He shot the dog? Hang the "Inglorious basterd"!
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    There is no hell hot enough for scum like that.

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    Put that boy away for a long, long time.

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    He shot the dog first, then the officer. There was an update listed at Police Arrest Suspect Who Allegedly Shot Officer, K-9 Partner | NBC4i.com that has a photo of the suspect and an update at WBNS 10TV : Man Arrested In Officer, Police Dog Shooting - WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio's News Leader that says "On Monday afternoon, veterinarians said the dog had suffered paralysis to its front legs, but was showing some movement in its hind legs" which sounds promising.

    Not sure if each just reported their own way or if one was more up to date than the other.
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    Now that I've seen the photo, I believe he'll be someone's mistress for several years.

    Is that cold?

    So was shooting the dog and the officer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkh View Post
    There is no hell hot enough for scum like that.
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    He is eligible for 106 years I think they said. My guess, and this is only a day after the event, he will get 15 years to life. But who knows, not I.
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    is it wrong that I'm more mad about him shooting the dog than the officer?
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    Scum-sucking bottom-feeding brainless sociopathic cowardly sniveling slimy piece of worthless...*pant pant*

    Grady, I don't think that was cold at all. I HOPE he's somebody's bride. In fact, I'll even donate the wedding cake.
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    Too bad Bosco the dog may have to be put down due to the injuries suffered in that heroic act.

    I'd like to see the perp be "put down" as well. He deserves nothing less.
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    Wow! Too bad the officer didn't get his gun out for the dirt nap this punk needs!
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    Further real world proof that hitting a dog and stopping it with gun fire is not impossible as many folks in the dog attack threads think and argue.
    Also note that what most definitely stops living breathing beings are hits to the CNS.

    Thank goodness the LEO was not wounded seriously.
    As for the K9 I hope they choose to put him down rather than have him endure the remainder of his life partially paralyzed and in pain. He deserves the best and most humane of care.

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    And the officer still had his gun holstered WHY?

    Felonious assault? Whatever happened to attempted murder.?

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    Am I the only one who is wondering if the cop was able to hit the release on the car to release his dog,how the heck wasn't he able to draw his gun even after a struggle the perp drew a gun and shot his dog,and then the officer and the officer never drew his gun? If this is my understanding that cop needs to find a new line of work ,it sounds like he won't use his firearm even when he needs to
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