One of the funniest dog stories I know of involves a dog that was not mine. A Doberman who belonged to a neighbor "Eric" was fiercely protective of his family and those he knew. The names here have been changed for privacy but the situation was real.
A few minutes later some space opened up near Ana, and I went over to her seat. I reached in my pocket again, and it was empty. The other pocket was empty too. I hadn't felt a thing. The old drunk was still on the bus. I looked over at him.
I asked if his actions constituted impersonating a police officer, and he adamantly said NO. There is nothing on the badge that says police, sheriff, deputy, constabulary or anything else that implied law enforcement. Further, when dealing with unruly groups of teens he never identifies himself as an officer, and he never threatens to arrest anyone. The remark about "Get out or go to jail" at the zoo was a borderline comment, but still legal (in his opinion).
In the first situation, they are not actively looking for you, but run your information if you are pulled over for example, a traffic stop. The cop communications will run your name, the bench warrant will come back, and you can be arrested on the spot for the failure to appear. In the second situation, the police department has figured out that arresting you is a source of revenue, and they come actively looking for you to arrest you.
Aside from biting, symptoms of an unhappy shepherd include whining, anxiety and significant chewing of your belongings, especially those which have your strong scent on them. How do you deal with this? What you need to do is make time in your schedule and take police earpiece your pet on a run for an hour daily. This will enable your pup to get the sufficient exercise he needs in order to be in great condition, physically and mentally.
Within minutes, the Sheriff's Department, the local cop communications and police from neighboring towns had the streets blocked off. The dog's were brought in and soon helicopters were flying overhead. Within hours, they had caught all five. One was cowering in the bathroom of a local car repair company.
Apparently, this man first approached a police officer during a routine traffic assist between 12:20 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. yesterday. The man told this police officer that he was planning on taking his own life. He then pulled out a pistol and proceeded to walk across Main Avenue.
What: San Patricios are marching in St. Patrick's Day Parade. Irish/Mexican Unit #90. Mark Day, Producer/Director of the documentary "The San Patricios" and Chuck Ayala, President of Centro Latino Services for the Elderly are honored guests.
Because the home was infested with the swarming insects, authorities called in an expert in extermination. After looking over Donald Mason's home, "the bee man" estimated as many as 60,000 bees were inside the residence.