A family seeks justice after their dog was allegedly shot and killed by a neighbor

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A Bracken County family is seeking justice after their dog was allegedly shot and killed by a neighbor. Now they are looking for answers and wondering how something like this could have happened. “It was really difficult. I feel like I’ve lost a member of my family,” Taylor Dunn said. “You never realize you miss them until they’re gone.” This beloved member of the family is Mills-Dunn’s dog, Z. “He wasn’t killed. He has been murdered. He wasn’t doing anything wrong,” dog owner Stephanie Mills-Dunn said. Mills-Dunn says she was looking out her kitchen window on Labor Day when Z was online. She heard him snap, sprang into action, and called her son. “He jumped in the car with me and we drove the road to my friend’s house, because he liked to play with their dogs and they weren’t outside, so I knew he wasn’t. He wasn’t there. So we came back near our house and he wasn’t in the driveway and we came back up one more time and I saw him dead in the driveway,” Mills-Dunn said. She says she discovered her dog shot and killed in a driveway on Old Oakland Road. According to a police report, the husky ran onto a neighbor’s property. The resident claims to have shot Z with a gun to stop him from driving. ‘damage or kill animals there, but Mills-Dunn says Z was anything but vicious.” He had this bright orange collar and 20 feet of cable still attached to him. So it should have been obvious that he was a pet and not a rabid dog on the loose,” Mills-Dunn said. The person accused of shooting the dog also said in the police report that the dog had killed 10 chickens about three weeks prior, but Z’s owners deny the allegations. “That dog might lick your face, but he would never hurt you,” Mills-Dunn said. “When it comes to cattle, like I said, we have kittens. He would never hurt anything and I’d like to see proof that he did. I mean, I only saw it in the paper with an affirmation.” Now, instead of celebrating Z’s second birthday next month, this family is mourning their loss. “No more car rides, no more hugs, no more waking up and seeing him in the morning. He’s gone,” Dunn said. So far, no charges have been brought against the person accused of killing the dog in the police report. WLWT contacted them, but received no response.

A Bracken County family is seeking justice after their dog was allegedly shot and killed by a neighbor.

Now they are looking for answers and wondering how something like this could have happened.

“It was really difficult. I feel like I’ve lost a member of my family,” Taylor Dunn said. “You never realize you miss them until they’re gone.”

This beloved member of the family is Mills-Dunn’s dog, Z.

“He was not killed. He has been murdered. He wasn’t doing anything wrong,” dog owner Stephanie Mills-Dunn said.

Mills-Dunn says she was looking out her kitchen window on Labor Day when Z was online. She heard him snap, jumped into action and called for her son.

“He jumped in the car with me and we drove to my friend’s house, because he liked to play with their dogs and they weren’t outside so I knew he wasn’t. the. So we came back close to our house and he wasn’t in the driveway and we came back up one more time and I saw him dead in the driveway,” Mills-Dunn said.

She says she discovered her dog had been shot and killed in an alley on Old Oakland Road.

According to a police report, the husky ran onto a neighbor’s property. The resident claims to have shot Z with a rifle to prevent him from damaging or killing any animals there, but Mills-Dunn says Z was anything but vicious.

“He had this bright orange collar and 20 feet of cable still attached to him. So it should have been obvious that he was a pet and not a rabid dog on the loose,” Mills-Dunn said.

The person accused of shooting the dog also said in the police report that the dog had killed 10 chickens about three weeks prior, but Z’s owners deny the allegations.

“That dog might lick your face, but he would never hurt you,” Mills-Dunn said. “When it comes to cattle, like I said, we have kittens. He would never hurt anything and I’d like to see proof that he did. I mean, I only saw it in the paper with an affirmation.”

Now, instead of celebrating Z’s second birthday next month, this family is mourning their loss.

“No more car rides, no more hugs, no more waking up and seeing him in the morning. He’s gone,” Dunn said.

So far, no charges have been brought against the person accused of killing the dog in the police report. WLWT contacted them, but received no response.

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