Man arrested for barking at Michigan K-9
THREE RIVERS, Mich. — Authorities said a man has been arrested in for barking at a police dog. The Three Rivers Police Department said officers responded Monday evening to an apartment complex to investigate a suspicious situation.
Police said Wednesday in a statement a 26-year-old man in the area "began to torment" a police dog inside the patrol car by barking and shouting at it, causing the animal to become excited and "very aggressive."
The man was arrested and later released on bond. He faces a charge of disorderly conduct.
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