The trigger-happy Rochester, NY Police department has shot and killed another dog.
This latest shooting marks the second time in less than two months that a Rochester Police officer has discharged their firearm near innocent bystanders, on a residential street.
According to Rochester Police, a woman was bitten by a dog, on DeJonge Street, on Rochester's northeast side.
|Rochester, NY Police officer|
Rochester Police say that when an ambulance arrived, they could not reach the woman because the dog was still lose and behaving in a threatening manner.
They refused to elaborate any further.
RPD says that's when they were called.
A Rochester Police officer who arrived on the scene, immediately shot and killed the dog.
That incident was the second time in just the past 6 months, that Rochester Police officer Chris Burgstrom has shot and killed family pet.
On January 8, 2013, Burgstrom shot and killed "Codi", a lost family dog, as his owner was looking for him.
RPD officer Burgstrom, responding to a call for a loose dog near Rochester's Charlotte Park, spotted Codi, struck the scared dog with his cruiser, then chased him down to a pier, where he removed his department-issued Remington 870 shotgun from his cruiser, and shot Codi in the back of the head, executing the innocent family pet.
|Photo showing entrance wound in back of Codi's head,|
and exit wound at the front.
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