Police Shoot Dog After it Bites Officer in Brooklyn Stand-Off

May 15, 2022 | BROOKLYN, NY: Sunday afternoon an NYPD officer was bit in the head by a Pit-Bull in Brooklyn, in response one officer opened fire on the dog, said police. According to NYPD officials, police officers trying to arrest a suspect who was thought to be armed, went into a home at 3506 Neptune Avenue in Coney Island.

While police were attempting to apprehended the fleeing suspect a dog allegedly rushed at the officers and bit one officer on the head near the officers face, police said.

The injured officer bit by the dog was rushed to a nearby hospital along and the officer who fired the shot was also transported to an area hospital for evaluation after discharging rounds from his service weapon.

The suspect police were initially after was not arrested as they fled the scene. It’s been reported that the dog was still alive.

Video by G Dano (FreedomNews.TV)

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