IndianaLocalNews

Mishawaka Police investigating officer-involved shooting

(Photo supplied/Marissa Zimney)

Mishawaka Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting.

A Police officer shot a large K-9 that charged one of the officers who were called to the 300 block of East Grove Street to check on an unwanted person inside an apartment.

It happened around 11:50 a.m. on Thursday, July 29.

The resident of the apartment called police to report her ex-boyfriend was there, cutting up her clothing.

Mishawaka Police Officers arrived on scene and saw the ex-boyfriend’s car parked in the driveway. The officers parked down the street and were walking toward the residence in the street when a the K-9 charged one of the officers.

The officer discharged his weapon in an attempt to stop the attack.

The dog received nonlife threatening injuries and was taken to the Humane Society for treatment.

Related posts

LGBT rights opponent warns of Indiana 'sneak attack' bill next month

95.3 MNC

Syracuse man in fatal Christmas Day crash arrested after being released from hospital

Kayla Blakeslee

CDC issuing new mask guidance for fully vaccinated

Tommie Lee

1 comment

DAVID ALAN KRIEGEL July 29, 2021 at 8:28 pm

Question I thought a K-9 was a trained police dog commissioned by the Police. A Canine is a dog. Was the dog shot a Police Dog?

Reply

Leave a Comment