Minneapolis Cop Jumps Over Backyard Fence and Shoots Two Dogs

She and her family were camping in Wisconsin while a friend watched the dogs at LeMay’s home. LeMay’s daughters, ages 18 and 13, decided to come home early because the 18-year-old was supposed to work an early shift at a fast-food restaurant on Sunday morning.

The daughters arrived at the house at 8:50 p.m. Saturday. One of them accidentally triggered the alarm. LeMay said she phoned the security company and the alarm was deactivated at 8:54 p.m.

At 9:15 p.m., two officers arrived at the home. Neither knocked on the front door, Le May said, but one stayed in front while the other apparently scaled a 7-foot privacy fence to get into the backyard.

The video, with no audio, shows an officer standing in the yard. He approaches the house and goes out of camera range. A moment later, he steps back rapidly, his gun drawn.

Ciroc, a white and brown dog, trots toward the officer and stops about 10 feet away. The dog looks distracted but does not appear to be charging the officer. The officer fires, the dog falls and then scrambles to his feet and runs away. At the same time, a black dog runs into camera range. The officer shoots several times and the dog flees.

The officer appears to assess the scene briefly before he leaves the yard by climbing over the fence.

LeMay said her 13-year-old daughter saw the entire incident from her upstairs bedroom.

“He was wagging his tail,” LeMay said of Ciroc. “My dog wasn’t even moving, lunging toward him or anything.

“My dogs were doing their job on my property,” she said. “We have a right to be safe in our yard.”

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  • Natalie Vernon

    It doesn’t say what the cop was doing in the women’s back yard in the first place?

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  • Lee Farber

    name of the cop?

  • frymanauty

    I would have killed that mother fucker

  • Dorothy M. Tate

    She should insist the city pay the Vet. bills out of that clowns paycheck.

  • Franklin

    Cop was in the back yard seeing what he could steal !