A Tulsa family says teens injured their dog with fireworks

A Tulsa family is furious over a run in with two teens and fireworks. The family says the teens took aim at their pet.

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Unwashed Mass - 6/23/2013 11:50 AM
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Wouldn't a "riot" be a bigger story than a dog hurt by fireworks? Maybe we shouldn't be taking police spokespersons at face value.

kindagreywolf - 6/23/2013 2:08 AM
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1. We need to start hiring police trained by real departments as this is getting ridiculous. 2. Pits have a bad rap because of the news media. Personally, I hate pits and have no use for the breed. However, I have friends that have them and they are very docile and friendly. 3. No doubt, if the pit gets the chance, he will attack these two kids and the owners will get in trouble do to shoddy police work. 4. Ask TPD where this "Riot Was" no news outlet carried the story.

Mayor Maynot - 6/22/2013 9:46 AM
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Get them a job at the zoo scooping elephant poop.

skeet - 6/22/2013 8:00 AM
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Our fine TPD dropped the ball again. Now lets see them pick the ball up and make a goal. These teens need to be charged, prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and made to pay the price of criminals. Not just another slap on the wrist then back out doing it or something more stupid the next day. And still I put blame on the parents for not teaching them better. And where was the riot? I want to read or hear something about a riot in Tulsa. Never saw anything.

cng01 - 6/22/2013 12:37 AM
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huh. Never saw any news of police being called to a riot at all in last few days. They just didnt care because of the breed of dog.
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