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Published on Apr 17, 2012

East Austin dog owner claims police shot his dog in botched dispatch call

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An East Austin dog owner is mourning the loss of his blue heeler named Cisco. He claims his dog was shot and killed by an Austin police officer Saturday after the officer went to the wrong address.

According to Cisco's owner, Michael Paxton, the police officer was responding to a domestic violence call. But the officer either got the address wrong or was dispatched to the wrong address. That wrong address happened to be Michael Paxton's apartment at 2613 East 5th Street.

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