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  • Body cam video shows Bellingham police officer shooting dog

    The Bellingham Police Department released this video of Officer Andrew Wassel shooting a dog during a theft investigation on Oct. 12, 2017. A police review board determined that Wassel followed department policy and was justified when he intentionally discharged his service weapon after the dog aggressively charged him.

Body cam video shows Bellingham police officer shooting dog

The Bellingham Police Department released this video of Officer Andrew Wassel shooting a dog during a theft investigation on Oct. 12, 2017. A police review board determined that Wassel followed department policy and was justified when he intentionally discharged his service weapon after the dog aggressively charged him.