Owner Of Dog Fatally Shot By Police Asks City Council To Discipline Officer, Address Police Treatment Of Animals
HAWTHORNE (CBSLA.com) — The owner of a Rottweiler that was shot and killed by Hawthorne police in July appeared at a city council meeting Tuesday with his dog’s ashes and asked for changes to the […]
The owner of a Rottweiler that was shot and killed by Hawthorne police in July was charged Tuesday with multiple felonies stemming from video taken of the incident.
Authorities say a large Rottweiler attacked and mauled a 5-year-old girl Thursday evening in Ventura.
Hawthorne’s Chief of Police issued a “Letter to the Community” Friday addressing the controversial fatal shooting of a Rottweiler puppy on June 3.
The group “Anonymous” — self-described “hack-tivists” — have targeted the Hawthorne Police department in response to authorities fatally shooting a man’s dog.
The Hawthorne Police Department reassigned three officers involved with the killing of a Rottweiler during an arrest over the weekend due to death threats.
The Hawthorne Police Department will launch multiple investigations into the fatal shooting of a Rottweiler over the weekend, which was caught on video and subsequently posted on YouTube.
A video posted online apparently shows Hawthorne police officers fatally shooting the dog of a man filming a nearby barricade situation, an attorney said Monday.
A rottweiler-hound mix was left for dead in a Riverside apartment complex trash dumpster, according to authorities.
A robbery suspect is behind bars Saturday after being stopped by a store employee and the shop’s stubborn dog.
A dog-napper lured two Rottweiler puppies away from a business in Lawndale as the manager worked just a few feet away.