Horrible moment when police dog attacks innocent bystanders and ignores police orders to let people go

Horrible moment when police dog attacks an innocent bystander and ignores police orders to let the terrified man go

  • Vancouver, Washington Police arrested Sunday when the K9 officer left and seized a man
  • Video shows the dog that locks on the man's arm
  • A witness who made the video said the dog was not following orders
  • The victim suffered minor injuries and refused treatment in a hospital
  • The dog is taken out of active duty while the department investigates
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Horrifying images have captured a police K9 attacking an innocent bystander Vancouver, Washington.

The police responded by calling Sunday night when the dog, as seen in a video made by a witness, crossed the street and shot at a man.

Investigators said the dog's actions were unrelated to the arrest, Fox 12 KPTV reported.

It took the officers to release the dog's grip from the man's arm.

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Vancouver (WA) police dog obeys command & # 39; s officer, attacks innocent bystander on Sunday

Vancouver (WA) police dog obeys command & # 39; s officer, attacks innocent bystander on Sunday

K9 officer in Vanncouver (WA) drops out the man who is not related to an arrest across the street

K9 officer in Vanncouver (WA) drops out the man who is not related to an arrest across the street

K9 officer in Vanncouver (WA) drops out the man who is not related to an arrest across the street

A man attacked by a police dog in Vancouver, Washington. The dog is suspended while they are investigating

A man attacked by a police dog in Vancouver, Washington. The dog is suspended while they are investigating

A man attacked by a police dog in Vancouver, Washington. The dog is suspended while they are investigating

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Told Nathan Lux Fox 12 about recording the video: & # 39; I couldn't believe what I saw. I really couldn't believe this was real. & # 39;

He added that the police dog did not seem to follow the agent's orders. Lux said he repeatedly told the officer & # 39; heel & # 39; heard shouts.

The Vancouver police conduct an internal investigation and the K9 officer only patrols his human colleagues when that is complete.

The man who was attacked by the dog suffered minor injuries and, police said, he did not need hospital treatment.

Another witness told Organic waste, & # 39; They are likely to have a lawsuit on this. & # 39;

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