Police Dog Poisoned and Officer’s Home Buglarized in Richmond

Published by on March 6, 2013

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Burglars broke into a Richmond police officer’s home last week, poisoned his dogs and made off with an armful of guns in what appears to have been a targeted crime, a police lieutenant said today. “It’s very upsetting that one of our officers was specifically targeted,” Lt. Bisa French said. “You would think your home is a sacred area, regardless of what you do in your profession. To be targeted in this way is upsetting to all of us.” French declined to identify the officer or to disclose the location of the home, citing safety concerns.

Early Friday morning, a family member called the officer to tell him that their dog was sick. Upon returning home, the officer suspected the family’s black Labrador retriever had been poisoned and rushed it to a veterinarian, Lt. Bisa French said. While he was gone, burglars returned to the home and stole several personal items including two handguns and three sporting guns, and poisoned a police K-9 in a backyard kennel, French said. The officer found that someone had put out poisoned food for both dogs.

The Labrador died the following day, and the police K-9 is still recovering. “The dogs did not have to be poisoned to burglarize the home,” French noted. She said the Police Department has received a few tips in connection with the crimes but has not identified any suspects. “We need the public’s help,” she said.

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  1. Patty on Wed, 6th Mar 2013 2:57 pm 

    There was no reason for poisoning the dogs,it takes a coward to do something like this.I hope they catch the guy or guys that did this and make them pay like H _ _ _.I am so sorry for the officer and his family for the lost of their dog.I am a dog lover and i know if someone hurt my dog,I would be lost.

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