Family Comes Home From Church, Finds Dog Bleeding Out On The Porch Along With A Note From Police

Angie Laymon and her family came home from church to find their dog, Bruno, bleeding out on the front porch. Aside him, was a note from the Rogers County police.

The family rushed Bruno to the vet, where doctors told the family there was a 50/50 chance he would survive. The family was a wreck because they did not have enough money for the surgery. Luckily, the family was able to raise money for Bruno’s surgery. Bruno survived, but lost his leg…

“While our family was away from home there was a disturbance at a neighbor’s house which resulted in a call to Rogers County Sheriff. The deputy who answered the call decided to come over to our house, but nobody was home,” Laymon posted to Facebook.

“The deputy encountered my German Shepard and disregarded the canine warning and continued to approach the house. Upon reaching the house, he felt threatened and shot my dog. Then he taped a note to the door to inform me that he shot my dog – and he left my dog bleeding out on the porch.”

The Sheriff’s Department told Fox23 News that they did attempt to contact Laymon but could not reach her. Yet, they offered no explanation why no medical attention was sought for Bruno.

In her post on Facebook Laymon wrote: “The deputy had multiple options at his disposal….get back in his car, use mace, get medical care for the injured animal that was suffering. Senseless…unnecessary…avoidable. The dog was 100 yards or better in the interior of my property doing his job.”

“Thousands of people are heartsick at what has been done to Bruno. It is horrible, it is tragic, it is heartbreaking for my children to have witnessed it,” Laymon wrote on Facebook. “But what if someone decides to take revenge? What if someone takes the name that I share and takes justice into their own hands. What if another senseless tragedy follows the first?”

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  • Rob W

    These fucking cops… enemies of the people. FTP

  • achim

    eye for an eye…. just saying 🙁

  • Pray Hard

    I generally support the pollice, but there are some really stupid, sociopathic, psychotic, asshole police out there and they need to be fired and prosecuted.

    • Poetre

      Do you support them when they shoot unarmed black people?

  • Jason Douglas Saville

    I would definitely say: “FUCK THE POLICE!!!” Those cops that are brutal are considered thousand pound fatass donut piggies. The cop that shot the dog should receive death penalty just like Donald Trump.

  • Liz O’neill

    they don’t have a shred of human decency, to walk away after seriously injuring an animal and not attempt to get medical assistance for it, makes them less than human, and as far as I’m concerned, the dogs life is of far more value than the thug who shot him. I hope karma visits the pos very soon.

  • Hearseman

    Again! It’s up to the local citizens to hang these terrorists. As long as you sit by and let them police themselves you will never be safe! If your dog had bitten a person it most likely would be put down. The same applies for these kind of officers who commit acts like this!

  • Jeff Hodgson

    FTP: Fuck the Police ~OR~ Film the Police. You Choose.

  • bye kido

    ACAB

  • Stardust

    This cop is a cowardly motherfucker.
    If the dog were mine, I would do the same to you, shit fagot.
    The other dog should have bitten your neck, you shithead.
    I hate those fucking cops.
    So from time to time they appear stretched in a ditch.