This is an update to the story I posted yesterday:
NAMPA -- Nampa Police released video from Monday, when they say, one of their officers shot a dog in self-defense. That shooting ignited lots of reaction but now, the video is changing opinions, including the opinion of the dog owner.
The video was taken by a small camera that officers wear all the time, and turn on when they're dealing with the public.
Monday night, officers were called to a home in Nampa for a welfare check. In the video, you can hear the officer knocking on the slightly open door, and announcing himself. About 15 seconds later, two dogs come through the door, and jump up on the officer.
At a Wednesday press conference, police displayed bite marks on the mace can on the officer's belt.
"Two dogs came outside of the residence and attacked one of our officers," said Craig Kingsbury, Deputy Chief of the Nampa Police
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