Tulsa man who shot dog not expected to face charges
|Updated: 7/01 4:12 pm
||Published: 7/01 4:12 pm
A Tulsa man is not expected to face charges after shooting a pit bull he said was running wild in his yard.
The man said the dog jumped several fences and was in his backyard around 1:30 a.m. on Monday. He said the dog was aggressive so he shot it.
The dog’s owners tried to take the dog to the vet and an officer pulled them over for speeding. One person was arrested for speeding, not having a driver’s license and on several misdemeanor warrants.
The man who shot the dog is not expected to face charges. The police department could not tell FOX23 the dog’s condition.
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