Police chased a juvenile, who ran as he was being served a warrant, through several back yards, including the Powells', where their dog Rocky stayed. "Neither the dog nor the officer did anything wrong," police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said.
Police chased a juvenile, who ran as he was being served a warrant, through several back yards, including the Powells', where their dog Rocky stayed. "Neither the dog nor the officer did anything wrong," police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said.
Police chased a juvenile, who ran as he was being served a warrant, through several back yards, including the Powells', where their dog Rocky stayed. "Neither the dog nor the officer did anything wrong," police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said.

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