If shooting of family pet brings about training for Shelby County Sheriff's deputies, that will be an acceptable conclusion.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 13, 3:02 am)
Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong’s investigation into the shooting by Deputy Brian Miller of the dog Daisy produced the sort of findings that we had expected.
We did not expect the sheriff to determine that Mr. Miller acted incorrectly, and we did expect there to be any disciplinary action in the case.
There never seemed to be significant concern that the case was handled improperly, public opinion notwithstanding.
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