Texas Cop Shoots & Kills Innocent Dog While Responding To Domestic Disturbance Call At Wrong House! (Justice For Cisco!)
Published on April 18, 2012
Anger is growing in Texas and on the Internet over a police officer who shot and killed a pet dog. Over the weekend an officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at a house in Austin. The officer didn't know it at the time, but the person who called 911 to give the report provided the wrong address. For some reason when Officer Thomas Griffin got out of his car, his weapon was drawn, confirms the Austin Police Department. He came up against a man, Michael Paxton, and his dog, Cisco. On audio from the dashboard cam, Griffin can be heard ordering Paxton to put his hands up and control the dog. But the dog came charging at Griffin, so he shot him.