Dog owner: shooting by Ohio police justified

The dog had attacked it's owner, and attempted to bite a child before being shot


Ryan Dunn
The Courier

FINDLAY, Ohio — Two Findlay police officers who shot a pit bull acted appropriately, killing the dog before it could attack again, the dog's registered owner said Monday.

Cujo, 4 years old, punctured the skin of his master Saturday in a house trailer at 1815 Park St. as the man tried to stop a possible attack on a young boy in the house, said registered owner Jaime England of Findlay.

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