A drug user set his dog on a police officer who was searching his home. The pet, believed to be a cross between a Staffordshire bull terrier and a Labradorlifted it by the collar and said: "Go on then."
This happened in Davies's Chaddesden flat after officers arrived to search it for drugs.
They found up to £1,250-worth of heroin, Derby Crown Court heard.Open and shut case, destruction of the dog, prison sentence for…
Judge Jonathan Gosling said he would suspend an eight-month jail sentence because the offence took place more than a year ago and Davies was responding well to a drug rehabilitation programme.I… Seriously? We can pursue other cases no matter how long ago, yet with this one, we get leniency?
Ordering Davies to pay PC Horsley £250 in compensation, Judge Gosling said: "That's not to say the injury doesn't merit more than that, but you cannot afford more."*speechless*