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Cop shoots dog, Indiana city helps pay for animal’s surgery

Police in Muncie, Ind., are paying a family more than $2,000 to cover the veterinary bils after an officer shot their dog when it charged him. Police Chief Steve Stewart says officers were called to the neighborhood April 3 for a report of gunshots that turned out to be unfounded and heard a dog barking aggressively. Police say the homeowner put the pit bull in a back room so she could speak with the officers, but it escaped and charged Officer Ryan Yeager, who then fired several shots at the dog.