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Maryland Court of Special Appeals Upholds $200,000 Award for Police Shooting of Dog

by Christopher Zoukis

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has affirmed a damages award against a Franklin County Sheriff Deputy who shot a family dog while attempting to serve an arrest warrant.

The deputy, Timothy Brooks, went to the house of Roger and Sandra Jenkins in order to arrest their ...

 

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