Don't Throw Concrete at Miami-Dade Cops Unless You and Your Dog Want to Get Shot
We know that if you threaten the safety of a local police officer, they will probably shoot you. If you instruct your dog to attack them, they will probably shoot the dog. So it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise by now that a bizarre traffic stop that went out of control left one homeless man with a bullet in leg and a dog dead.
The incident occurred when a female officer pulled over a car in a routine traffic stop near 56th Street and Northwest 22nd Avenue in Brownsville. 56-year-old Jack Scott, a homeless man, was pushing a shopping cart nearby when he decided to get involved.
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