Cops break into home – shoot two dogs – claim they were wolves
MILWAUKEE (CN) – In a fruitless search of a home for an alligator and wolves, Milwaukee police shot to death two Tibetan mastiffs, the most valuable dog in the world, which recently set a record of more than $1 million for a single puppy, the dogs’ owner claims in court.
Jane Flint sued Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, six police officers and a sheriff’s deputy, in Federal Court.
She claims Milwaukee police shot to death two of her four friendly dogs while searching her house for dangerous animals – and all they found were turtles.
Flint says it happened like this: In May 2010 she was living in a home owned by her boss, nonparty Terry Cullen.