Gunman sentenced to 26 years for shooting Ohio officer, police dog
Dominick Conley, 20, was arrested after he shot Zanesville Police Officer Mike Schiele and his canine partner, Bosco, while resisting arrest in August 2009
By Josh Jarman
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A Muskingum County man who shot a police officer and his dog was sentenced yesterday to 26 years in prison.
Dominick Conley, 20, was arrested after he shot Zanesville Police Officer Mike Schiele and his canine partner, Bosco, while resisting arrest in August 2009. Schiele and the dog were both flown to Columbus hospitals, and Bosco spent months in rehabilitation.
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