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Faulkner County Sheriff fires deputy who shot dog

KATV 7 News

Faulkner County Sheriff Tim Ryals has fired Deputy Keenan Wallace following an investigation into the shooting of dog in the Shiloh Estates subdivision in Conway on Friday night.

The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office received a call about an aggressive dog in the Shiloh Estates subdivision in Conway on Friday night and sent a deputy to the scene. 

During the incident, the deputy, Keenan Wallace, a K-9 handler, fired his weapon at the dog.

Sheriff Ryals says it does not appear that the deputy violated any state law or agency policy, but he will refer the investigation to the prosecuting attorney’s office for further review.

The sheriff posted the following message on Facebook explaining his decision:

Reese’s is stable, but will need surgery for a a shattered jaw.

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4 Responses to Faulkner County Sheriff fires deputy who shot dog

  1. Bluwater says:

    No big. EVERY other PD will happily hire him. Or send him to Israel for training to do that to civilians – not dogs

  2. flee says:

    Deputy Keenan will also face separate civil charges.

    From the dog’s parent’s.

    And could face a maximum sentence of two dog years.

    Plus lawyers fees from the prosecutor.

  3. 'ol stewbum says:

    He shot a TacoBell dog?!?!
    Cats will mess you up in a heartbeat, but never heard of a cop shooting a cat. Plenty of cat vids proving my bloody point.
    How the ….?

  4. H D says:

    Fired over shooting a dog pay trip to Florida for a personn dam my math bad

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