There is a difference between doing your job and acting in an irresponsible manner. His dog should have been under his control at ALL times, just as we would expect a pet owner to behave. This dog picked up the scent of *somebody* in the area — it attacked without merit — this is just reckless and irresponsible to the nth degree.
Sheila Tataquason, right, with supporters outside the provincial courthouse on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016. She is suing Saskatoon police for damages she suffered when she was attacked by a police dog and arrested for a crime she didn’t commit. Greg Pender / Saskatoon StarPhoenix
by Hannah Spray, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Feb 25, 2016
Sheila Tataquason was sitting in her backyard, visiting with a friend, when a dog came out of the darkness and attacked her, sinking its teeth into her hip.
Her friend, Joshua Desnomie, tried to get the dog off her. When the dog’s handler, a Saskatoon police canine officer, came into the yard, he saw two people he believed matched the description of the people he was looking for — a man had reported being robbed by a man and woman only minutes earlier at the nearby Fas Gas at 20th Street and Avenue H.
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