Photo Of US Police Dog Goes Viral After It Was Accused Of Stealing Officer’s Lunch


A police dog named Officer Ice came under. Investigation by the Wyandotte Police. Department (WPD) in Michigan for allegedly stealing lunch from one . Of his colleagues on January 12. The police department shared a photo of the dog’s face after the criminal charges were filed. , according to a Fox News report.

The police department took to Facebook to share the same. They said Officer Berwig was eating his lunch when he was called to the WPD jail for help. When he came back he found his lunch gone.  Dog “Office. Berwig was eating lunch in the breakroom when he was called to assist a man in the WPD jail. He jumped into service, leaving his half-eaten lunch on the table. Moments later Berwig and another officer returned. The breakroom only to find Ofc. to do. Ice left the room and licked his chops. Berwig’s entire lunch was gone… Vanish, Vanish!” As stated in the post. Dog


The department also said Officer Ice “invoked his . Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. and was not cooperating with the investigation. They continued on Facebook, “He has a history of rummaging through trash cans within reach. There have also been many allegations of taking food from co-workers.

Since being shared, the post has garnered over 25,000 likes and 14,000 shares Leave the innocent officer! Do I need to protest outside headquarters?” A user said.

A second added, “Justice for Ice! I will defend the best!” Dog
“Innocent until proven guilty,” commented a third user. Dog

On January 18, the department issued. An update on Facebook, saying they had been “threatened with . Massive protests” if they went ahead with an investigation and/or charges against Ice. Dog
“We have been threatened with massive protests. If we move forward with our investigation and/or charges. Plus the general public doesn’t believe he’s guilty. No video was made. That said Ofc Ice will not face any internal disciplinary or criminal charges. Complaint,” they wrote in the post.

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