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Dog Shot By New Braunfels Police

Officers in New Braunfels shot and killed a dog Friday night while investigating a trespass call.  According to police, officers responded to the 1800 block of South Seguin Street in reference to a suspicious female possibly trespassing on private property.

Officials arrived to find a 40 –year-old female trespassing. As officers walked to her, the woman’s dog, which was not restrained, became aggressive and charged the officers.  The dog, which appeared to be a pit bull, was shot by both officers.  The dog died at the scene.  

More on this story: http://keyetv.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/dog-shot-new-braunfels-police-19836.shtml 

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