TASER and OC Fail To Stop Bulldog Attack on Patrol Car
March 16, 2010
When he felt his patrol car shaking while writing a report, a Chattanooga (Tenn.) police officer exited his vehicle to investigate.
Officer Clayton Holmes, who had been running radar, saw a bulldog chewing on his vehicle, according to the Chattanoogan.com.
He used his TASER and OC on the animal, which eventually ruined two tires and chewed the entire front bumper off the car. The dog also attacked a second patrol unit and two cars owned by private citizens.
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ROB ROY @ 3/17/2010 1:30 AM
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