Originally Posted by Gharrissc
The owners knowing the dog's escape history should have been more proactive to make sure that the dog didn't escape, even if it meant keeping her in the house, especially if they were going to be one. However, if someone really offered to take the dog to the vet, then the police should have allowed them to do so. I wasn't there, but saying 'no' when a neighbor offers to take the dog in, sounds like a cover up to me.
It's all a "cover up" until one day some cop DOES say yes, and that person gets bit and sues the department for not protecting them from their own stupidity.
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