Sheriff’s K-9 dog corrals 2 burglars, dies going after 3rd

UPDATED — A K-9 member of the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office died heroically Tuesday afternoon, having apprehended two suspected burglars, while on his way toward corralling a third suspect in north Fayette County, officials said.

Arros, a Belgian Tervuren, collapsed while going after the third suspect, said sheriff’s Maj. Bryan Woodie. He was flown by the sheriff’s helicopter to a local veterinarian but died en route, Woodie said.

It is believed that Arros died of heatstroke, but a final determination has not been made, Woodie said.

All four suspects were ultimately captured after a search of the area, which included the LaFayette Estates and Dix-Le-On subdivisions, Woodie said. Details of the incident were unavailable at press time.

Arros, a full service patrol dog, was trained in narcotics detection, tracking, criminal apprehension, building searches and evidence recovery, according to his bio on the sheriff’s office website.

Arros was partnered with sheriff’s deputy Cody Benslay, who is a certified canine instructor.

Arros had already chased down two alleged burglary suspects and was on his way to apprehend a third when he gave out, said Woodie.

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UPDATE Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010, 5:40 p.m. — From a Sheriff’s department news release:

“The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office has made arrests in connection with at least six residential burglaries that have occurred in north Fayette County between July 26, 2010 and Aug. 3, 2010.

“Fayette County Sheriff’s deputies were patrolling an area in north Fayette County due to recent burglary activity when four men in a red passenger car, which matched a recent description, were seen in the area of Lafayette Drive and Bordeaux Drive.

“The Fayette deputy observed two of the men exit the red passenger car and walk east on Lafayette Drive while the car continued westbound.

“The Fayette deputy followed the red passenger car and attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle on Bordeaux Drive.

“The red passenger car attempted to flee from the Fayette deputy when it lost control and crashed.

“The two vehicle occupants fled on foot from the deputy just a short distance from the two occupants which had already exited the vehicle. Upon seeing this, the remaining two men also fled from the Fayette County Sheriff’s deputy.

“Fayette County Sheriff’s deputies along with the assistance of Hawk One from the Fayette County Aviation Section, the Fayette County K-9 Section, and the Fayetteville Police Department have arrested

• Somoah Martin, 20, of Rex,

• Brandon S. Hightower, 17,

• Tony McKinstry, 17,

• and Rodriguez McKinstry, 20, all from College Park.

“They are currently in the Fayette County Jail where they are being held for burglary. This case is currently under investigation where other charges are expected.”

Further news on the death of the K-9 dog assisting in the chase:

“The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is sad to announce that Aaros, a 5-year-old Belgian Tervuren, and our first Full Service Law Enforcement Canine has died in the line of duty today.

“Aaros and his handler, Deputy Sheriff Cody Benslay, were actively pursuing burglary suspects in a heavily wooded area of north Fayette County.

“Arros, who was born in 2005 in Holland and imported into the United States, began his service in Fayette County in November, 2008. Aaros was a strong performer and continued his pursuit without any sign of distress until he lost consciousness.

“Because of the remote location, HAWK 1 landed and transported Aaros to Fayette Veterinarian Medical Center. Unfortunately Aaros died while in transit.

“All four suspects who were fleeing from Sheriff’s Office personnel were taken into custody and further information on those arrests will be forthcoming.

“Charges related to the death of Aaros are pending against the four suspects.”

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Cost of dogs

Does anyone know the cost of these dogs and with what money were they purchased? Tax-payers or drug obtained money? Is there any reason that Fayette County can't use those good old German Shepherds like the miltiary and prisons use?????

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For Arros

I see that Arros was born in Holland in 2005.

I have a cousin who is as close to me as a brother. Tommy served with the Army in Germany, Holland and Viet Nam. He trained dogs and their human partners for service in the Army. Sheba was Tommy's partner. She, too, was born in Holland. Sheba was a beautiful German Shepherd. Tommy's love for dogs is the thing that has solidified us as kindred spirits forever.

Tommy often said, "Sheba would give her life for me and I would give my life for her." When the war in Viet Nam was over, Tommy and Sheba came home to Georgia. One day I was watching him and Sheba go through their paces. Sgt. Ewing didn't want Sheba to lose her skills and as he said, "She loves working." However, it was hot and they were both tired. I was sitting in the shade on the tailgate of Tommy's truck with my dog, Rusty. Suddenly, Tommy stopped working with Sheba, came over to the truck and sat down. He said, "Sheba needs to rest. She is getting too hot." He pulled out a Mason Jar filled with water. Tommy gave Sheba a drink from the jar and then he took a drink.

Tommy looked at me and laughed. He said, "Sheba's the one who does the work. Not me. Sheba is the one who kept me alive in the jungles of Viet Nam. She gets to drink first. Sheba trusts me with her life and I trust her with my life. Sheba gets to drink first!"

Tommy took out his wallet and handed me a little card. He said, "I always gave a copy of this little card to the guys that I trained."

A PRAYER FOR ANIMALS

Hear our humble prayer, O God, for our
friends the animals,
especially for animals who are suffering;
for any that are hunted or lost or
deserted or frightened or hungry.

We entreat for them all Thy mercy and pity,
and for those who deal with them we ask a
heart of compassion and gentle hands and
kindly words. Make us, ourselves to be true
friends to animals and so to share the blessings
of the merciful. --- Albert Schweitzer ---

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Ginga: dogs, cattle,sheep,hogs,and black mambas

I suppose Schweitzer was a Vegan?

Did not the lions where Dr. Schweitzer had his hospital eat the wildebeests and such?

Wolves love sheep and cattle.

My meaning is: be merciful, but don't go overboard for sympathy.
I will have to admit that I have helped kill hogs in the fall to eat for the winter!

I do not consider one animal greater than another nor one human greater than another.

I do know the difference in a personal dog (or cat) and the hordes.

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Burglar Arrests/K-9-Photos

I was there the day before yesterday when the Fayette County Sheriff's Department hunted down and arrested these guys. It was amazing to see these men and women in action when we needed them the most.

Here are a few photos of the arrest of the last one:

http://www.kombatkamera.com/Journalism/Local-News/News-Stuff/7952631_aot...

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Thanks for the pictures! I just saw the aftermath of tire tracks in a yard and Sheriff cars everywhere. I appreciate the Sheriff's Dept. fast action to catch these thugs...and, notice that I purposely left out the word "alleged."

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Excellent photos. Might I suggest that you blow up the section with the perp in the back seat. To see him is to remind one of the old expression "there ain't no light behind the windows". Thanks for sharing.

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Do you really think that such thieves participate in this blog and would be deterred by a photo of a stupid one?
These pictures are for the consumption of the taxpayers.

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Aaros Was A Hero

Where will Aaros be buried? I would like to pay tribute to this wonderful dog.

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I don't think we have a dog cemetery in Fayette!
A vet will dispose of the dead dog, I suppose.

Send some money to a dog adoption agency if you want to help dogs.

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Get a Life Lame Brain

do something useful other than posting your inane comments and incorrect suppositions. Aaros was an officer of the law and will I'm sure be given an honored ceremony before he is put to rest. Someone like you wouldn't know anything about honor, I can tell.

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How many other dogs will be at the honor ceremony?
Isn't this all about the law and publicity and not the dog?

I rate it right up there with Hawk 1, Hawk 2 (which won't run), Resource officers, civilian cop schools, driver's license bureaus and their cattle pens, hot-rod cop cars in Fayette, squandered bicycle and cart money for paths, cop wannabes, newspaper organizational pictures of cops, cops with no personality, cops who avoid certain broken laws--by instruction usually, cops and free meals, cops on the take (not cash usually), and those who will not listen to any positive criticism!

I admire those who are talented and good at what they do and leave if supervision is stupid.

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You are ONE SICK PERSON Courthouserules.
Why don't you grow some balls and list your name. I bet you was the kid in grammer school that always peed in your pants when someone confronted you. Now you have grown up and can be a big guy by using a make beleive name!

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highflyer: name? Why?

Let's start with your name: officer what? My superior bosses in the military might disagree with you. Your confrontation wouldn't make wet pants for me happen.
You are the reason people can't possibly use actual names on such blogs.

Those who are using them here, I think wish they hadn't! I do know they can't say what they think out of politics, especially.

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BOND HEARING

FYI: Bond hearing for these four good citizens will be held today (5th of Aug) at 2PM at the Fayette County Courthouse. It would be nice if those in blue and brown and any other concerned citizen would show up to show their support for Aarosand thr Fayette County Sheriff's dept.
NOW is the time for you to be heard!

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We need barbed wire fencing around our county....

....to keep the Clayton County thugs OUT. It disgusts me that an officer lost his life chasing some pieces of crap who were breaking the law. I'd like to see them rot in jail for a while. I think there is a point to why was the dog allowed to work that hard in the heat, but I am sure there is a full explanation that we don't know about. I am sick to death of all the Clayton County trash who have ruined our nice community. Fayetteville, just another ghetto anymore. It's heartbreaking.

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Death of Officer Arros

I thought police officers were supposed to have each other’s backs. What happened here? Why didn’t Arros’s partner recognize there would be a possible problem with him working as hard as he was and in the extreme heat? Every dog/animal savvy person knows that an animal is not likely to stop on their own. Just because the dog's heart is still in the game doesn't mean the dog is ok. That’s where we come in. WE are supposed to “call them down”. I believe this was a very unnecessary death and could have been avoided. It's time to retrain our canine handlers and teach them foresight and that the K-9 is not a machine, it CAN break down.

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Evidently, thinkaboutit, you didn't--think about it that is,

before you posted your uncalled for, inane remarks. I have known many firemen and policemen who work with these dogs and they love them like their family. Was this office and dog supposed to stop in the middle of their pursuit?? I am sure this handler and his family (these animals do become part of the family of the handlers), as well as his fellow officers are all grieving about this loss and someone like you posts this garbage. Until you have been in their shoes, either think before you post such tripe or keep your thoughts to yourself--better yet, spend a month or so doing what they do and then you will maybe have earned the right to comment.

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Police Dogs

I feel that such dogs in Fayette County are simply not worth the results they obtain here!
Running dogs to death so that officers don't have to do the running (some can't run) catches very few suspects that officers shouldn't be able to catch anyway.
If the suspects are on scene where a dog can catch them, then the police should be able most of the time to catch them The only thing worth less on the bottom line cost is a helicopter here in Fayette County.
How many suspects has a helicopter spotted and held spotted until caught by ground officers?
Too many toys and not enough training of officers! Costs too much.
The dogs and helicopters available stops not one burglary, etc. from happening.

I also just saw a new article here where PTC took in about a million dollars ($1,000,000,00) in vehicle stoppage fines in a year. The Chief said that prevented other crimes!!!!!
I think it pays some overtime, etc., dogs, helicopters, autos, promotions, etc. Are speeders criminals? are burned out tail-lights criminal? Do perps see the stopped car and say, Oh, no, I'm not burglarizing today!

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Chris P. is right.

Chris P., thank you for your comments. You are absolutely right. A good officer puts his partner first. The top priority of any service dog is to care for and please their human. Arros went beyond the call of duty doing what he was trained to do. My question is, did his human counterparts do their duty toward Arros?

It would not take much for an already extremely stressed and exhausted dog to be pushed over the edge with the noise and vibrations of a helicopter. I wonder if the officers were trained as to what to do for a dog in shock?

This story breaks my heart! Arros had no choice but to do what he was instructed to do. HIs human partner was the one in charge. This was a very preventable tragedy.

A good and faithful public servant was allowed to run himself to death in an effort to please his humans. I know one military K9 trainer who is appalled that a service dog's life was given needlessly.

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Canine deaths

Nobody doubts that police officers love their K-9 units. That's not in question.

There is, however, a responsibility on the part of the certified canine officer to look out for his partner. It's not easy to detect when a big dog has reached it's physical limit, a dog is single-minded and can and will work itself to death if instructed to. Heat exhaustion is particularly difficult to diagnose in a dog, and can manifest itself very rapidly.

The day this incident occured just happened to be one of the hottest days of the year. Interestingly, less that 24 hours later almost the exact same thing happened in Tennessee, two canine units were dispatched to run down a fleeing suspect. Two Belgian dogs and their handlers chased a suspect for 25 minutes, one dog collapsed and died, the other dog collapsed and was hospitalized, and one of the HANDLERS went down with heat exhaustion in the 95 degree heat.

If I recall, it was about 95 that day here as well, with a heat index well over 100. The dog was dispatched not once, not twice, but three times in succession. That is pushing a dog to it's limit, in my opinion. Photos at the scene show 10 deputies, they couldn't have collared one of the three suspects?

I suspect what ultimately killed the poor dog was the medevac. Have you ever heard of medevacing a dog via helicopter before? I'd be willing to bet that 99.9% of you have not....and there's a very good reason for that.

Helicopters have two things that ratchet the stress level of dogs through the roof: very bad smells (burning Jet A fuel, in this case) and intense vibrations. Dogs can get acclimated to riding in helicopters, given time and patience. To put a sick dog in an unfamiliar threatening situation like a helicopter is essentially a death sentence for a dog.

Whoever ordered the dustoff, without realizing it, likely killed that dog. For those who doubt me, google dogs and helicopters.

I urge the FCSO to spend some of the millions they rake in each year from drug busts on things like K-9 cooling vests and K-9 first aid kits. Technology has come a long way just in the past 5 years (we were killing an awful lot of military dogs in Iraq and Afghanistan until the technology caught up). Even cash-strapped police departments keep things like garden hoses in the trunks of their cruisers to use for emergency hose-downs of overheated K-9s.

I'd be real interested in learning just how long that tragic dog was kept out in the sun the day it died. Hopefully, the FCSO has learned some valuable lessons from this sad affair.

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Crispy & Canine Deaths

I blv your cmt was well intended, but I can't find any info to support your statements. What I DID find is that the USAF has a unit that trains military working dogs to fly in helicopters. I also found that aPolice Dept in Kansas trained their dogs to fly in helicopters and the handlers said the dogs were a little skittish at first but calmed down once airborne. That's probably because dogs have no depth perception.

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Arros

You are an idiot...truly a freakin idiot. Were you there? and just what kind of training would you recommend? This is where "Freedom of Speech" really sucks and people like yourself need to be educated before having the right to open your mouth.

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This Neighborhood Watch Needs Help

Let's not forget another part of the story - the actual crimes against and risks to our neighbors. I live just blocks from where this chase took place, and I had no idea that there had been multiple buglaries in the area over the past two weeks. I wish that I had known.

Last year, our neighborhood met with a Sheriff's representative about the Neighborhood Watch program, and now many of us do question people who appear suspicious, and we keep each other informed. But, we need more tools than signs. We need information. The Sheriff's Dept. should alert us on a timely basis about crimes that are taking place so that we can be more on guard to protect ourselves. The Neighborhood Watch program clearly failed in this situation.

My next call is to the Sheriff's office to get more information about area crime over the last year, particularly yesterday, and to see what can be done to make the Neighborhood Watch effective so that we can feel safe again. We're not going to let our neighborhood be ruined by thugs.

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Charges related to K-9 unit death?

While I'm glad these suspects were caught and also saddened by the death of the K-9 unit, I don't agree with charging the suspects with the death of Aaros. That will ultimately be thrown out and add additional expense and delay prosecution of these four individuals.

It is quite a stretch to conclude that the perpetrators are responsible for the death of the K-9. If that charge is reasonable, then consider this hypothetical situation: a deputy is responding to an emergency 911 call, and then suffers a stroke, seizure, or other medical impairment that causes him/her to crash and subsequently lose his/her life. Is the person who called 911 then responsible for the deputy’s death? I think not.

While one might argue that the dog would not have died had these perpetrators not fled from the Sheriff’s department, an easily won argument, it is unreasonable to carry that further and to say that they’re actually responsible for the death of Aaros. Let’s use common sense and reason here and charge them for the crimes that were committed which appear to be burglary and evasion at a minimum.

Please note that I’m very supportive of the Police and Sheriff’s department and the outstanding work and sacrifices they make every day. Also note that I’m making an assumption that the suspects in no way physically assaulted Aaros and that he died of something similar to heat exhaustion. It is a very different situation if they indeed physically assaulted the K-9 unit.

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Tragic Loss of Deputy Aaros

Thank you Officer Aaros for your bravery and your service for the people of Fayette County. Thank you for keeping us safe. Thank you, and condolences to Deputy Aaros's partner Deputy Benslay. I'm sorry for the loss of your partner.

Those worthless waste of clean air garbage criminals had better face charges in the death of this Deputy. It is about time that we start to make criminals pay for their anti-social criminal behavior. They need to pay for this. Criminals are nothing but a cancer on our society, let's cut the cancer.

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The K-9 death

Why will there be charges of the ones arrested for the dog's death? They weren't the ones putting him to work!
Is the burglary charges for this incident or other burglaries before?

I like dogs but I don't talk to dead ones. What is with this?

If these guys had Lindsey Lohan's lawyers and fame they would get off or serve a week or two. As did Lohan for 3rd. drunken driving in violation of parole and being a dope fiend!

What do you suppose Judge Caldwell (former) would sentence Lohan to if several of the NYC and LA lawyers showed up? 25 years without parole?

Let's try these fellows before we cut out their hearts!

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K-9 Death

Are you kidding me? Comparing the death of our hero, Arros to Lindsey and her lawyers? Ignorance is the only word for you. Unbelievable...just speechless.

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The K-9 death

Courthouse rules you are a moron.

Arros you made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting the citizens of our county, you will be remembered as a hero.

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You are still talking to a dead dog!
Is that for the benefit of the cops? I really thought they kept them tethered and stayed with them until the perp was in sight and dangerous!

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Bonkers, Courthouserules or whatever your 'flavor of the day'

may be. From all your posts it is quite evident that it makes more sense to talk to this dog than it does to you--evidently this animal showed more sense and heart during his life than you do. You can never let an opportunity go by to make some half-a$$ed remark when people show their compassion and feeling. You made the point long ago that you feel for nothing and care about nothing. Just stop denegrating those who do. Evidently you need to increase your dosage--your meds are not working. Your remarks would not be 'cute' coming from a teen-ager and they are disgusting coming from a grown man like you--physically grown--mentally is still up for debate.

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mytdog: "flavor" of the day dog talking!

But he is a dead dog! What is the purpose? You know a stupid horse will run for you until his heart bursts---not because he loves you but because he doesn't know any better and will let you kill him. (half butt remark?).

False compassion and feelings bore me! False Christians bore me--always want forgiveness! Keep doing same thing over and over!
As to feeling nothing and caring about nothing, how do you get that? You can't know---you must believe everything you hear from alike personalities, and nothing from dissenters! What is the Bonkers about? Part of your description?
Have you ever read the book or seen the movie, "Cider House Rules," and understand it's theme? No its not abortion---it is stupid thoughts and rules!

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courthouse/bonker$/dollar/$age WAKE UP!!!

Deputy Aaros wasn't just a dog. He was an officer of the law.

Why do you always take the side of people who are on the wrong side of the law????

What happened to you as a child to make you like this?? Are you a member of the billy ayers weather underground group???

PS: The only good criminal is a dead one. That goes for our "white collar" criminals as well; like charlie "liar" rangel, tax cheat treasurer in charge, geitner, lindsey "DUI" lohan, and the low life scum bags who were running from Deputy Aaros on Tuesday.

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skyspy: are you accusing me of what these others did?

I do remember "Deputy Dog," of TV fame! He did seem almost human!

One can't take sides until the supposed criminals are charged and found guilty. I take no sides, but our law says innocent until.....

Are there any "Officers of the law" wandering on my street? Undercover and un-uniformed, I suppose!

I have heard your "good--dead" philosophy before but that was about Indians! Sheep-Killing dogs have to be shot, you know?

Did the dogs take the oath?

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Confirmation on being an idiot / blowhard

I just went through your posts to make sure I educated myself before I spoke. You are a confirmed moron. You sit beside Mike King, Bonkers, PTCGoil and others. I agree....this is where the 1st amendment falls short for me. When blogging anonymously on The Citizen begins to eat as much of my time as it does yours, I will know it's time to seek help. And god, I pray that if I don't have the foresight to stop myself, my friends will lock me away.

My heart goes out to everyone at FCSO. Great job guys.

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Jellybean, fyi--chr is bonkers and many others. He sometimes

answers his other entities on the site to fool us but the only fool around is this moron. If you really want a laugh go back and read when Bonkers replies to Dollars and others which slip my mind right now---Sky and Cyclist, I am sure could fill you in on all his other identities. After reading only one such post you can always tell it is the same person---no way he can hide his ignorance or attitude. He was either dropped on his head at birth or is the world's unhappiest person.....

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CHRs.... here's the scoop

In most US jurisdictions, a canine that is fully certified and placed into active service with a bona fide law enforcement agency is given a badge number and full status as an officer or deputy-- just for such an occasion.

A fleeing perp or resisting suspect that causes harm to the service animal may then be appropriately charged with resisting, assaulting... or worse... a police officer or sheriff's deputy.

The only question for these suspects, is whether it can be established that there actions were the proximate cause of the death of Deputy Arros. If that is established in court -- they may be found guilty and sentenced (additionally) to the punishments of other associated crimes.

CLICK!! HERE IS A HELPFUL LINK --- ENJOY!

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Then I take it that one of those human sheriff's deputies could try and run down a perp, hit him, bite him, and never say that he is a policeman and not ever show his badge? I don't suppose human deputies have rabies!

I'm being as silly as you!

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Guess your right courthouserules

These pieces of crap are just kids having fun. Why go through all of this legal stuff when we all know that they just need a good talking to by their parents. I beleive also that a person is innocent until proven guilty but when someone runs from the law, wrecks his car, and jumps out and runs............I kinda think he's guilty of something.
Let's give him a break though, poor kid.

BTW.........I'm being silly also!
The way I look at it is all four of these guys are breathing GOOD AIR that someone else could be using!

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It doesn't matter WHAT they are arrested for or taken to court for, they are still innocent until found guilty by a court! OJ ran and was found innocent!

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Guess u resemble your profile pic...

Its obvious that your profile pic resembles who you are. Innocent?? Were you there? What did you see? oh do...please tell us...Deputy Benslay or any other deputy could have lost their life chasing after these thugs. You break the law in Fayette Co...they will find you! Take your monkey ass back across the county line. By the way...we ALL know OJs gloves were a perfect fit! Karma has kicked his ass...and it will come again my friend.

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Courthouserules, you have got to be joking!

They should be charged in the death of the dog because THEY WERE RUNNING FROM THE LAW! They should be charged in the death of the dog because HE WAS PART OF THE SHERIFF'S DEPT.!
I want to really think that you are just trying to ruffle up some feathers and aren't really THIS STUPID! And what the hell does this have to do with Lindsey Lohan?
For once in our gutless lives let's NOT try these guys before we cut out their hearts! Let's go back 30 years ( before tattletale cameras ) and have the guts to make sure these guys have to make a stop at Piedmont Hospital for internal injures BEFORE THEY MAKE IT TO JAIL!
We as a nation have grown spineless and now we reap from our mistakes, why chase them just to go through 5 years of legal battles? Why not just give them our property and go back in our shells and move?
I live for the day when they kick in my door! Will I need the Sheriff and their dogs.........naw, just send Mowell to scoop up the remains.

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is anyone else

surprised to see NORTH Fayette? Oh and the hard to figure out - how the hell to pronounce name on the one suspect. Gee buddy, what flavor are you? oh no, lemme guess. Go back to Clayton County, will ya? but no, now you get added charges for the death of the K-9 officer, which is just as bad as if you killed a Human one. Rot away.

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ohmygosh

We don't ban people due to their names! We don't locate them either as to where they live! A fellow named Barack Obama lives in the White House, DC!

Let's try them first?

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God Bless Aaros

He had much more courage than the worthless trash that he chased down.
God Bless you Aaros - you served the county well.

sandytoes
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R.I.P.

May this special canine rest in peace. He served well and gave all he had. I am sorry for all that knew this guy. I am truly sorry for your loss.

rzz
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Aaros you were a great dog

Thanks for your service. My condolences to Deputy Benslay and others who knew you.

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