Man confronts cops after they shot his dog

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT (FOX 31) – Eight days after a Salt Lake City Police Officer shot and killed a man’s dog during a search for a missing child, the pet’s owner has released a video showing his first encounter with police.

According to FOX31, Sean Kendall raced home and confronted the officers – and recorded the entire confrontation and posted it to his Facebook page.

Salt Lake City police said they were searching Kendall’s neighborhood in Sugar House June 18 for a missing 3-year-old when the officer went into Kendall’s backyard and felt threatened by Geist, causing the officer to open fire.

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