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Texas Sheriff's Deputy Placed on Paid Leave After K-9 Left in Car Dies of Heat Exhaustion

The Harris County Sheriff's Office was investigating Friday after a K-9 unit dog that was left in a deputy’s patrol car died of heat exhaustion.

Sheriff's spokesman Alan Bernstein said the deputy was placed on administrative leave until the internal affairs investigation is finished.

Source: KWTX. Read full article. (link)

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  • Gorilla tactics||

    NO DOG IS SAFE!

  • Andrew S.||

    Now, now, there's no double standard. If I killed a police dog I'd totally get a paid vacation for my trouble.

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