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PORTER COUNTY, Ind. — An off-duty police officer in Northwest Indiana may face charges for shooting his neighbor’s dog.
The Porter County Sheriff’s office says Jason Casbon shot the dog with a rifle.
Casbon told police the dog was threatening his chickens.
Indiana law allows you to shoot a dog if it’s on your property attacking livestock.
The dog is recovering from multiple bullet wounds.