Deanna Gonzales says she was in the shower and didn't even know police were in her Colorado Springs home until she heard shots fired. They had just killed her dog. It turns out the police had convinced her children to let them in. One of them locked the dog in the bathroom with their mother, but police insisted on going in there, where they say the dog lunged at one of them. Police did not find the man they were looking for, Francisco Aragorn, and Gonzales says she's never even heard of him.
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