Police Dog Fires Handgun

By Daniel Arkin, Staff Writer, NBC News

A police dog searching for a handgun in a Massachusetts snowbank early Saturday accidentally pulled the trigger with his paw, discharging the weapon into a nearby house, authorities said.

Fortunately, no one was injured.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/04/17182916-police-dog-searching-for-handgun-accidentally-pulls-trigger#.UTYsViOmiig.twitter

Thank you, Carrie Rubin, for bringing this to my attention. Just what I needed–another reason to fear dogs.

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10 thoughts on “Police Dog Fires Handgun

  1. And this was the second doggie shooting! The first one was a dog who jumped off the seat in a guy’s moving truck onto the floorboard and fired a gun that was lying there. Shot the driver, but luckily not fatally. The guy said he didn’t know the gun was loaded and thought it was his other weapon. Hmm, I think if I had a gun in my car, I might remember what kind it was and whether it was loaded or not…

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