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Service dog, Jake-shot by Maine police officer recovering

A service dog shot by a police office is recovering-
A service dog shot by a police office is recovering-
Frank T. Bishop

Online details about a service dog, Jake, that was shot by a Maine police officer continue to be shared by animal lovers and concerned citizens everywhere.

According to the Bangor Daily News, Jake is recovering from the wounds he received when a police officer shot him, stating that Jake attacked him. That report also stated that Jake lost half of his right ear, as well as having a wounded right foreleg and right shoulder.

A Facebook page devoted to information about dogs that were shot by police officers may offer more information readers would like to view.

Information shared online claims an officer was investigating a traffic accident near the home where Jake lives with his owner, Frank T. Bishop. Officer Redmond said that Bishop let Jake out of the home and this is when the incident occurred. Redmond's boss, Police Chief Cameron McDunnah, said that Officer Anthony Redmond acted appropriately.

One source says this incident is not being investigated, however, Frank Bishop plans on giving the bill for Jakes' medical expenses to the town of Medway.

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