Faulkner County Sheriff’s Deputy Goes To The Wrong House And Shoots Family’s Dog Dead

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 2 days ago

News from Arkansas.

An Arkansas family was left devastated after an investigator who allegedly mistook their address for a sex offender’s shot and killed their pet dog.

The deadly incident involving the Coiner family’s beloved pooch named Clide unfolded last week in the city of Greenbrier.

Video footage posted to Facebook by Chris Coiner shows the aftermath of the shooting as the canine lay dead on the ground.

“You shot and killed my goddamn dog, you motherf—-r!” a shattered Coiner screams to the investigator, identified by local reports as James Freeman of the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office, the video shows.

“Get off my property, motherf—-r!” Coiner shouts at Freeman. “You are a motherf—-r, you piece of motherf—–ing sh-t… shoot my goddamn dog, you p—y.”

The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office said Freeman was at the property for a sex offender compliance check, but mistakenly went to Coiner’s house instead of a nearby home, FOX 16 News reported.

Freeman had first gone to the address 72 Autumn Hills for the check, but was allegedly told the sex offender lived at the next address – Coiner’s home, the news outlet said.

Coiner claims Freeman then shot his dog in his yard because the animal barked at him.

“I was livid, I was livid with feelings and he didn’t care one bit,” Coiner told FOX 16 News.

Coiner added, “He did not make any attempt to get away from it, he didn’t make any attempt to get back in his vehicle, all he did was shoot the dog because he was barking at him.”

The distraught dad said Clide was his 3-year-old son’s “buddy” and described the pooch as a “family member.”

Take a look at him.  He’s a fat-ass abuser and dog killer.

Look, I’ve recommended before that cops who are so cowardly that they’re scared of dogs go do volunteer work on farms or ranches working with animals, breeding them, feeding them, cleaning their stalls, doing basic doctoring of the animals, learning the necessities of tone, inflection and timbre of voice commands, and so on, until they become less than cowardly.

The problem is that they don’t care enough to do something like this when they can get away with shooting, without any accountability at all.

Kill a dog?  Sure.  On to the next house.  Maybe they have a dog I can kill too.  Hey honey, what’s for dinner?  I’m hungry!


Comments

  1. On November 17, 2020 at 12:58 am, Dave said:

    I viewed this heart-rending video a day or two ago. These pet murders at the hands of badged thugs happen literally thousands of times per year in the goodole FUSA.
    As I stated to a CLEO several years ago: The indiscriminate murder of a family pet by a government employee is a type of in-your-face-disrespect that NO free MAN should tolerate. If such an outrage were imposed upon a moral MAN of character without dependents who require his continued presence, the ultimate outcome would likely not be at all favorable to the smug murderer, at least.

    Fat costumed cowards should consider that “qualified immunity” is a legal concept that only has effect in the fevered mind of a “judge”. It offers no shield at all against the righteous retribution of an agrieved victim who has no other avenue of recourse under our present system of just-us.

  2. On November 17, 2020 at 2:07 am, Carol Brandt said:

    Disgusting. Someone needs to start a Force Change petition to get him canned. Coward. Poor LITTLE pup.

  3. On November 17, 2020 at 7:10 am, X said:

    Being able to shoot dogs on sight is a job perk for the “heroic” swine. It gets them hard.

  4. On November 17, 2020 at 9:48 am, Chris Mallory said:

    Note also, this government employee was in a private vehicle and not wearing a uniform.
    If you hear gunshots outside, look out and see that guy brandishing a pistol do you:

    A. Go out and yell at him
    B. Put him down with a well aimed shot from your rifle.
    C. From cover, prone him out and call 911.

    No worries though, the Sheriff investigated his own department and said that all policies and procedures were followed. Nothing to see here, move along citizen.

  5. On November 17, 2020 at 9:54 am, Ned2 said:

    @Dave, “qualified immunity” does you no good if you’re dead.

  6. On November 17, 2020 at 10:11 am, James said:

    I would think if he is not fired the dept. will lose the support of the people and when this guy screws up again(he will) it may be a innocent of any crime person he murders.

  7. On November 17, 2020 at 1:23 pm, MTHead said:

    It’s the same mentality that shoots people threw doors and windows. Or crawling down a hallway on your hands and knees begging for their life.
    They never think about the precedent being set. The one where we ALL shoot first. In fear for our life, of course.

  8. On November 17, 2020 at 9:26 pm, Pat Hines said:

    This man, who I’ve never seen before, pulled out a gun and threatened me with , even shooting at me. I was required to defend myself with force that turned out to be lethal.

  9. On November 17, 2020 at 9:38 pm, TRX said:

    The same thing happened in Faulkner County last year, though I think it was City of Conway PD doing the shooting. City just dragged their feet until the owner gave up if I remember right.

    I’m getting the idea this might be something they’re picking up in cop school.

  10. On November 17, 2020 at 10:53 pm, Jimmy the Saint said:

    @ James: “I would think if he is not fired the dept. will lose the support of the people and when this guy screws up again(he will) it may be a innocent of any crime person he murders.”

    You say that as if they cared even a little bit about either of those two eventualities.

  11. On November 18, 2020 at 1:05 pm, Artorius Brutus Maximus said:

    TRX, it is something they get in cop school. Their lives and safety are the only things that matter. Shooting a dog, or a person, is just a benefit of the job any time they can claim they were “in fear.” Of course all cops are in fear of the rest of us, and our dogs, all of the time. Cowards.

  12. On November 19, 2020 at 6:45 am, Matt said:

    Absolute bullspit. They want to claim they can shoot your dog with impunity, and then simultaneously declare that their dog is “an officer of the law” should you harm it.

  13. On November 19, 2020 at 1:15 pm, scott s. said:

    In the Sheriff’s statement “After a thorough investigation, we have concluded that no policies or laws were violated. We, in law enforcement, answer calls every day that require split-second, life and death decisions. “

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