Family wants answers after dog shot by police in Wisconsin
Police: Officer used objectively reasonable force
7:50 PM, Aug 25, 2017
2:20 PM, Aug 26, 2017
MARINETTE, Wis. -- A family wants answers after a Marinette Police Officer shot and injured their dog while responding to an alleged 911 hang up.
On August 17, Tiffany and Steve Goodlet said their dog Remington was shot by an officer after their daughter accidentally dialed 911 and hung up once or twice.
After conducting an internal review, Marinette Police determined the officer used "objectively reasonable force under the circumstances." The internal review included interviews with the officer, witnesses and all available video from outside sources, police said.