Tuesday, September 01, 2015
MI: No Charges for man who Shot Dog
He added, “We can not disprove that he was in fear of the dogs.”
Following the incident, police chief Larry Pack said his officer, Jordan Kosinski, “found blood on the property.” Pack noted at the time, “Dog owners are responsible to their keep dogs on their property. That’s state law.”
After Gange’s bull terrier, Jerry, was shot in the head with a .38-caliber handgun, Audet left the neighborhood for several days. While he was gone vandals spray painted his garage and shed with yellow and red paint.
Police have yet to charge anyone with the vandalism.