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AP’s Today in History for January 28
1986 Space shuttle Challenger explodes, 1596 Sir Francis Drake slave trader, and privateer of the Elizabethan era dies of the coast of Panama, 1853 Jose Marti “Apostle of Cuban Independence” born in Havana, 1959 Vince Lombardi becomes the Coach of Green Bay Packers
Breakfast Tune Carolina Chocolate Drops – Salty Dog
Something to think about, Breakfast News & Blogs below
- NSA Deletes “Honesty” and “Openness” From Core Values
Jean Marc Manach
- Dear Democrats, You Just Don’t Have a Clue,Do You?
Leonard Pitts Jr.
- DownWithTyranny!: The Fire Next Time
Something to think about over coffee prozac
(Reuters) – A New Hampshire man was arrested for biting a police dog while officers were investigating reports of a shooting in the town of Boscawen, police officials said on Tuesday.
The incident unfolded on Sunday when police reported to a home where they were told a person had been shot. Two people at the home were wanted on outstanding warrants and tried to flee when police attempted to arrest them, said Lieutenant Jason Killary of the Boscawen Police Department.
“Both of them resisted arrest and one very strongly resisted arrest. He bit the dog, the dog bit him, he ended up getting Tasered,” Killary said.
The suspect, who was not identified, was charged with resisting arrest and assault on a police dog.
The dog, identified on the New Hampshire Canine Trooper’s Association Facebook page as K9 Veda of the New Hampshire State Police, was uninjured and cleared to return to duty.
State police officials could not immediately provide further details.
Killary said he had never heard of an incident in which a human attempted to bite a police dog.
“If you get into a biting competition with a police dog, you’re not going to win,” Killary said. “They’re pretty good at that.”
(Reporting by Scott Malone in Boston, editing by G Crosse)