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4th Cir.: Officers reasonably shot charging dog (access required)

Police responding to a service call did not violate the caller’s constitutional rights by shooting at his two pit bulls after they charged at officers. Police also had probable cause to arrest the caller for reckless driving on his way to the animal hospital. Background Appellant David Royal Lee made a non-emergency police call concerning alleged harassment ...