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Police fatally shoot dog who was inside of house

Rest in peace Bullet
Rest in peace Bullet
Screen shot via Fox 7 News

According to Friday's KTBC Fox 7 News, a man's dog was fatally shot by police officers who had responded to his Round Rock, Texas, home to investigate after a security alarm went off.

Russell Lane's eight-year-old Rottweiler, "Bullet," was inside of the home Friday morning when the security system alerted the authorities that there was a possible break-in...Lane was at work at the time.

A mere eight minutes later, police had arrived to the house, went inside, and shot Bullet multiple times - when Lane arrived home after getting a call from a neighbor, his best friend, who had been shot five times, was already dead.

Lane told Fox 7 News:

There's a sign in my Window that says beware of dog and you go all the way in my house with no sign of forced entry and murder my dog eight minutes from the time the alarm went off. You didn’t give me time to disarm it or anything before you killed my dog,

Police contend that they entered the home after announcing their presence multiple times and that they were forced to shoot when Bullet charged at them.

Lane wants justice - he stated:

I can assure you, they won't get away with killing Bullet in this house

Watch the news clip here.

Find the Justice 4 Bullet Facebook page here.

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