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Phoenix Police Go Wild in West McDowell Shooting Spree, According to KPHO Story

We were passing the time last night watching the local TV news (yes, we know.....) as KPHO Channel 5 anchor Catherine Anaya breathlessly read the following story:

"Phoenix police say they had to shoot a dog and a man. Officers heard there was a fight near 27th Avenue and McDowell. Late last night, a pit bull went after one of the officers, and it was shot and killed.
 
"Later, a man rammed a patrol car with his truck, so they shot him. He died a short time later."


Trying to put two and two together, we figured that, somehow the earlier fight, deceased pit bull and inexplicable patrol car-ramming incident were connected.
 
Apparently not.
 
"Tonight, investigators don't think he [the dead man] had anything to do with the fight," Ms. Anaya said.
 
And what about the flippin' pit bull?
 
No clue.
 
End of "story."
 
Talk about telling it like is wasn't.
 
Segue to a bit about a Glendale fellow charged with murder after a wrapped-up body he was pushing in a grocery cart tumbled to the ground.
 
Now, that one made sense.


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