neighbor's yard exhibiting aggressive behavior, according to a Sheriff's Office report.
In earlier interviews, family members who said they watched the situation unfold disagreed with the sheriff's deputy's version. The officer saw the dog in the driveway as he was approaching and had plenty of time to get back into the car if he felt threatened, they said. They told The Courier and the Daily Comet they did not see the officer fall.
Harlie was taken to Thibodaux Animal Hospital and later to a veterinary facility at LSU in Baton Rouge, where she had to be put to death at the owner's request due to her injuries.
Two of Alli Knight's children and her brother Damon Knight's son witnessed the shooting. Knight said that they were less than 20 feet away when the officer shot the dog.
There is no footage of the dog being shot or the children at the scene, according to the Sheriff's Office.
video clearly shows when the deputy made the decision to use deadly force shots were fired toward a nearby wooded area and away from any inhabitants of the residence, Lorensen said.
Knight's dog ran at Ross, forcing him to take evasive action to avoid being bitten, according to Sheriff's Office reports. Ross lost his footing and landed on his knees, and the dog allegedly came at him again. The officer then fired two shots at the dog, who was about 1 to 2 feet from him, the report says. The dog was hit in the leg and left abdomen.
Hill Peters said other witnesses interviewed at the scene who are not family members of the Knights matched the officer's story.
Knight said Harlie was lovable and had never bitten anyone.
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video does not bear (the Knight family's) version of events out, Hill Peters said.
some of those instances, the pet reacted in his own environment, he said. in many other cases, the incident could have been prevented if the pet owner had taken proper precautions.
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in a news release. incident should be a reminder to all residents that responsible pet ownership necessitates proper supervision and restraint of all animals. Sheriff's Office has responded to 35 dog bite cases since Aug. 8, Webre added.
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The dashboard video, released Friday by the Sheriff's Office, shows Ross walking from his car. The dog appears on screen, lunges at Ross and chases him off screen. One of the gun's shells is visible bouncing off the windshield of the deputy's car. One casing was recovered on the car, and the other beside the car, said Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Lesley Hill Peters.
HOUMA A deputy who fatally shot a Thibodaux family's dog last month used proper force to defend himself and will be cleared of any wrongdoing, according to the Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office.
Deputy Brad Ross killed the dog Sept. 17 at 2519 Karen St. while investigating complaints about roaming dogs.
The dog's owner, Alli Knight, filed a complaint alleging the dog, 2 year old Harlie, an English mastiff that weighed more than 160 pounds, was shot unnecessarily. She alleges that family members told her children were near the shooting and had been put in danger.
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