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Robbery Suspect Kills Pursuing Police K9

Robbery Suspect Kills Pursuing Police K9

Associated Press

December 01, 2010

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Authorities in New Jersey say a robbery suspect killed a police dog by throwing it into traffic.

Gloucester Township police say the 3 1/2-year-old German shepherd named Schultz was trying to apprehend the man around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. Police say the man grabbed the animal and tossed him onto the busy roadway, where it was struck. The suspect ran off.

Police Chief Harry Earle says the man was one of two people suspected of robbing a local restaurant. Both men remained at large Wednesday.

Further details on the encounter and the search were expected to be announced at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.


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    joel45acp

    over 3 years ago

    204 Comments

    Rest easy pup. Say hello to all those that have gone before you. See you around.

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    marine10311

    over 3 years ago

    572 Comments

    RIP Officer Shultz my prayers are with your handler/partner. I hope your brother's and sister's catch this POS and put him away.

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    Anonymous

    over 3 years ago

    Horrible...I hope they catch that piece of garbage...

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    ps4436

    over 3 years ago

    352 Comments

    May I please have about 30 seconds with this scumbag dirtball waste-of-space coward when he's found?? I

    Rest in Peace, Officer Shultz. Say "woof" to Rico for me!

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    Trooper523

    over 3 years ago

    702 Comments

    This just sucks.... Typical. The bad guy never gets hurt... RIP Officer Shultz.

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    TearsofPower

    over 3 years ago

    198 Comments

    RIP K9 Shultz my prayers are with your handler/partner. I hope that they catch the suspect that killed the K9 and be charged to the full extent of the law.

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    copper380

    over 3 years ago

    2026 Comments

    RIP K9 Officer Shultz. Prayers to the Handler and fellow officers. The news clip brought tears to my eyes and was proud to see proper respect for this fallen Hero and Officer. There should be no differance between killing a human officer and a K9 officer. Put the murderer away for life.

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    tanstaafl

    over 3 years ago

    120 Comments

    Loyal to the end. Really sad that this brave K-9 had to give his life.

    If the suspect had not resisted, his injuries would have been less and the dog could have gone home with his handler. I hope he has a long time in prison to think about the harm and suffering he has caused. I hope that he has some shred of a conscience so he can feel remorse.

    RIP Schultz.

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    T_9

    over 3 years ago

    5668 Comments

    Rest in Peace K9 Shultz, thank you for your service.

  • shadow_officer

    over 3 years ago

    8572 Comments

    RIP K9 Shultz

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    chiefkcr

    over 3 years ago

    3614 Comments

    RIP Schultz. My heart and prayers go out to his handler and family.

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    DiamondsnPearls

    over 3 years ago

    3028 Comments

    awe RIP K9 Schultz

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    alwayslivefree

    over 3 years ago

    166 Comments

    A Working Dog's Oath

    Author - Unknown

    They handled themselves with beauty & grace
    and who could ever forget that beautiful face
    Whether at work; or at home; whatever the test
    they always worked hard; and did their best
    They were real champions; at work or at play
    but their lives were cut short; suddenly one day
    While working on the job with their partner one day
    they put themselves out on a limb; out into harms way
    They gave the ultimate sacrifice; any dog can give
    they gave up their life; so someone could live
    The best of their breed;
    as his partner and anyone would say
    many hearts are now broken;
    that he had to prove it this way
    Now as the trees are blowing in the gentle breeze
    the sun is shining; thru the leaves on the trees
    The meadows are green; and the grass grows tall
    off in the distance they can see a waterfall
    As they look over the falls; down through the creek
    the water flows gently; as a rabbit sneaks a peek
    Far up above; in the deep blue sky
    they see the birds soar high; as they fly by
    They see animals playing; at the bridge by a waterfall
    chasing each other; and just having a ball
    They play all day; from morning to night
    there's no more rain; just warm sunlight
    Off in the distance; they hear trumpets blow
    then all the animals look up; and notice a bright glow
    The harps would play and the angels would sing
    as they know they've come home;
    they've earned their wings
    We remember that they died; in the line of duty
    and are now with the Lord; sharing in heaven's beauty
    Off to the meadows now;
    where they can play and roam free
    with an occasional rest stop; under a tall oak tree
    No more bad guys to chase; or bullets to take
    just a run through the meadow; down to the lake
    A quick splash in the water; then back to the shore
    then it's off to the forest; to go play some more
    These special dogs are back home; up in heaven above
    they're cradled in God's arm's; and covered with His love
    We'll light a candle for all of them; in the dark of night
    in loving memory of all; these very special knights.

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    mlfern1230

    over 3 years ago

    74 Comments

    RIP Officer Schultz!! My condolences to your handler and the Gloucester TWP PD.

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    cgingo

    over 3 years ago

    21936 Comments

    Bump Rhood. RIP Schultz.

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