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    GA Woman's Pet Pigs Escape, Neighbor Calls Deputies to "Help" ...

    And, you know the rest.

    No professional courtesy ?

    https://www.13wmaz.com/article/news/...2-3d1ae0caecd1

    'We just don't know why:' Byron woman seeks answers after deputies kill her five pigs
    The neighbor who called the sheriff's office says he only wanted the pigs rounded up

    Published: 12:23 PM EST January 2, 2019
    Updated: 6:14 PM EST January 2, 2019

    A Byron woman wants answers on why a Peach County deputy apparently shot and killed her five pet pigs.

    Cheyenne Fagre says it happened last week near her home on Edgewater Drive.

    She says a neighbor called the sheriff's office after her five small pigs – Chewy, Petunia, Rusty, Wesley and Yoda -- got loose.

    Fagre says the pigs were loose for less than an hour and the neighbor only wanted them rounded up, not killed.

    "It was around 8 a.m., we instantly ran out there and started searching in the woods and everywhere around their cage. It was about an hour we were looking back there and then we started driving the neighborhood and asking people outside and no one had seen them," she said.

    She says she spoke with Peach County investigators Wednesday morning. They're now looking into whether the deputy had to shoot the prowling piglets.

    An incident report from the sheriff's office says a neighbor called claiming there were "wild hogs" in her front lawn. When deputies arrived, they attempted to round up the pigs.

    The report from one officer reads "We believed the other hogs would leave once the first one was shot, but they did not. All they did was get agitated and run around in the same area. All animals were shot and removed from the property."

    Fagre says since she posted about the killings on social media, she's received a lot of support.

    "Everyone's just as heartbroken as I am and wondering why, we just don't know why, especially all of them, two of them being literally just 8 pounds," she said.

    Her largest pig Petunia was around 50 pounds and the two youngest -- Yoda and Chewy -- were just three months old and weighed eight pounds.

    Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese says they are investigating the killings and do plan staff training on responding to livestock calls.



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    So basically the deputy is kind of a retard . He gets to the yard thinks, the pot belly pigs are feral hogs and his solution is shoot one the others will run off to another yard for the rest of the dept to get called . Training will not help the lack of common sense .
    Do something Danke

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    Libertarian hogs

    They failed to obey an officers commands, and resisted arrest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    So basically the deputy is kind of a retard . .
    The neighbor is too -- he/she thought calling in a report of "feral pigs" would result in some other outcome?

    And I'll bet being "pets" they had collars or were tagged somehow -- so obviously not "feral."

    Reminds me of the people who called "animal control" in some hick place, hoping they would help some "abandoned" baby rabbits -- then they were shocked when the officer came out and beat the bunnies to death with a hammer. The one thing the .gov is very efficient at is killing things -- not so much at "helping" people, or their pets.

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    The important thing is the deputy went home safe to his family.
    "The Patriarch"

    willie with tan lines: enjoy the shots and the woman
    Quote Originally Posted by Schifference View Post
    The man did not think clearly. It was almost as if he had brain cancer of something.

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    Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese says they are investigating the killings and do plan staff training on responding to livestock calls.
    "Training..", snort. Their first instinct to a problem is to shoot it, that already is their training.
    "The Patriarch"

    willie with tan lines: enjoy the shots and the woman
    Quote Originally Posted by Schifference View Post
    The man did not think clearly. It was almost as if he had brain cancer of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    "Training..", snort. Their first instinct to a problem is to shoot it, that already is their training.
    Maybe the pigs reminded the officer that no matter how hard he tried he'd only ever be a pig in name.

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    "The Patriarch"

    willie with tan lines: enjoy the shots and the woman
    Quote Originally Posted by Schifference View Post
    The man did not think clearly. It was almost as if he had brain cancer of something.



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    And, you know the rest.
    Didn't even have to read the article.

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    Another one : K9 deputy in Arkansas shoots chihauhua ...

    https://www.fox16.com/news/local-new...dog/1687788302

    Caught on Tape: Deputy Shoots Small Dog
    By:

    Austin Kellerman

    Posted: Jan 05, 2019 09:21 AM CST

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    The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office has put a deputy on paid administrative leave after video surfaced showing the deputy shoot a small dog.

    The video posted to multiple social media sites shows a deputy speaking with a homeowner as two small dogs run around a yard. At one point, one of the dogs starts barking and the deputy shoots the animal.

    The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office responded to social media backlash on Facebook Friday night calling the incident "unfortunate."

    They say they were responding to an aggressive dog call in Shilok Estates.

    Sheriff Tim Ryals placed the deputy on paid administrative leave pending an investigation. He also said video of the incident is being reviewed, according to the department Facebook post.

    "The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office will investigate this incident to its fullest," the post went on to read. "Thank you for your on going support."
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    Last edited by SeanTX; 01-05-2019 at 06:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    The important thing is the deputy went home safe to his family.

    With a bunch of fresh bacon!
    Chris

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