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Dumb criminal of week: Ohio man gets arrested for barking at police

By Basoodler, Jan 9, 2013 | Updated: Jan 9, 2013 | | |
  1. Basoodler
    KETTERING, Ohio —
    A 22-year-old Ohio man was arrested after authorities say he barked at a police dog during a traffic stop.

    Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/U21Zk9 ) reports that Cameron Dunn was being detained in the back seat of a cruiser in Washington Township Monday when a police dog and handler were called to check the car for drugs.

    A report says Dunn began barking at the dog and hitting the window of the cruiser. He's now facing a misdemeanor charge of assaulting or harassing police dog.

    Officers found marijuana seeds on the floor of the car. He's scheduled to appear in municipal court next week.

    Jail records did not list Dunn, and a working phone number for him couldn't found Wednesday.

    1/9/2013
    http://m.newstalkradiowhio.com/ap/ap/crime/ohio-man-arrested-for-barking-at-police-dog/nTqxt/

Comments

  1. Nanashi
    Seeds. Just seeds :facepalm:
    Barking at police. :facepalm: :facepalm:

    I would have expected assaulting a police dog would be more than just a misdemeanor.
  2. DOG-CHOPPER
    Another waste of public money ....

    No wonder why the countries going down the economic gurgler.

    A police dog has more rights than a United States citizen and thats the way the governments of our so called free democratic society want it to be.

    Sorry guys for getting straight to the point here but our law system is wasting tax payers money if its going to produce court cases like this one over and over again.
  3. RoboCodeine7610
    This guy either has major mental health issues or I need to know where he gets his weed.

    I think your argument would be more convincing if your screen name wasn't "dog chopper".

    Robo
  4. DOG-CHOPPER
    Your being funny ROBO i hope cause i have got a german shepeard and a kelpie that are probably spoilt and looked after better than me.
    My screen name DOG-CHOPPER reflects the way i feel about police informant (dogs).

    Not cruelty to animals i could not sink that low.
  5. Phaeton
    If I read the story correctly, the suspect was INSIDE the police car, barking and slapping the window at the dog OUTSIDE the police car.

    But since the screen name was defined...
    Truth be told the police would rather deal with college educated perps than street perps. An informant knows what is thought of him. The ones that turn do not believe they have a choice.

    Seriously, who would inform if given a choice?
    Getting beat is not a deterrant as much as getting caught and facing the shame. These are humans we are speaking of, kissed their mums goodnight when younger.

    I do not know where to set the boundary, but humans are just as helpless as any other animal.

    Charging a caged human with assault on a free dog, the smart prize is not to us this time.
    I may disagree about snitches but DOG-CHOPPER's attitude on this case is spot on.
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