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Bartlesville Police Say Drug Dog Was Poisoned

There are 76 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Aug 2, 2010, titled Bartlesville Police Say Drug Dog Was Poisoned. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

The Bartlesville Police Department has opened a criminal investigation into the death of its police drug dog last week.

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#64 Aug 3, 2010
RSc wrote:
I'd be double checking the area for antifreeze/coolant leaks.
Ill bet they're all cleaned up now.

Newport News, VA

#66 Aug 3, 2010
I think the person who did this should have to drink anti freeze till they die.

Antrim, NH

#67 Aug 3, 2010
Find this person and make them drink antifreeze.
K9 Lover

United States

#68 Aug 3, 2010
My heart goes out to the officer and poor Cooper! He's chasing kitties in Heaven instead of Bad Guys here in Hell!

Grand Forks, ND

#69 Aug 3, 2010
I feel for this guy, seen it happen to one of my friends. He had the best freaking yellow Lab, best personality, just a big happy beast of pal. Then some meth head indians went and fed him rat poison in meat so they could break into my friend's tool shed. And for what? To steal a 10 yr old lawnmower and maybe $150 in old tools. Cops busted 'em but didn't bother charging them for the murder of my friend's family member.

Edmond, OK

#70 Aug 3, 2010
Vincent wrote:
I think the person who did this should have to drink anti freeze till they die.
What if it was the cops car leaking antifreeze?

Tulsa, OK

#71 Aug 4, 2010
Socrates wrote:
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What if it turned out the owner left some antifreeze in a bucket? Same penalty?
if it was intentional, absolutely.

Collinsville, OK

#72 Aug 5, 2010
DustyOutlaw wrote:
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I find it hard to believe that someone poisoned a dog purposely with anti freeze. I'm more inclined to agree with you.
Happens all the time Dusty. You just won't hear about these cases on the news unless it's a "cop" dog.

Collinsville, OK

#73 Aug 5, 2010
n0nim0us3 wrote:
I can't really feel bad for the loss of a dog they terrorize innocent people with.
It is never the dogs fault what their masters make of them.


Since: Dec 09

Kansas, FK OK

#74 Aug 19, 2010
Exactly! Bartlesville is no stranger to negligence or neglect of duty for that matter!
Mike wrote:
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Everyone assumes because this is a police dog it's somehow deliberate.
Was the dog not sheltered somehow? or in a place where it could be watched?
I think in the end it will come down to negligence.

Since: Aug 10

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#75 Aug 19, 2010
The negligence here is the fact that cops are allowed to keep these dogs at home. Where they teach the dogs to "alert" to special commands from the handling officer. Just recently, I had my car tossed and torn apart after a k-9 "alerted" to the presence of something in my car. Nothing was found because I am a responsible marijuana smoker. I never leave my house with my stash. And what do you think the chances are that the city of Oklahoma City will pay to repair the interior of my 2 year old car? I've filed for it. I'll let you know when hell freezes over.


Since: Dec 09

Kansas, FK OK

#76 Aug 22, 2010
Another option is maybe B.P.D. or a particular officer screwed someone innocent over and the dog was the fall guy... Scrach that they would / have never done anything intentionally to anyone have they! Oh wait! RICK ESSER's 11th Judicial Washington County Drug Task Force kicked the wrong door AGAIN last week didn't they!...And I bet with no intent what so ever to even attempt to make it right! Sometimes you idiot MF get what you get...just not enough of it!

Tulsa, OK

#77 Aug 30, 2010
I think it was dog being a dog; licking and eating crap he shouldn't. That ficticous police dog killer theory is a crock and appears rediculously biased and prejudice to the hilt.

Tulsa, OK

#78 Aug 30, 2010
slimjim wrote:
We must remember we have a judge playing with fire and releasing drug heads back into society. These poor little angles have done nothing wrong in there lives. They were railroaded by cops in Tulsa Police Department, if you can believe that stand on your head.
Are you smoking your cigar and drinking your scotch while preaching your druggy crap...twit.

Broken Arrow, OK

#79 Sep 1, 2010
Officer Newell, I am so sorry to hear about your partner; he is beautiful and very intelligent. I say "is" because he will live on for a very long time in your thoughts and in your heart, and may God ease your pain, tremendously! Officer Cooper, thank you very much for your services.
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United States

#80 Dec 9, 2010
It's a shame the Quik Trip coffee pot wasn't targeted!

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