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Sheriff David Traylor said in his nearly three decade career in law enforcement, he’s never had a department receive so many threats for a single incident. Ultimately, he said that is why Deputy Dooley was fired.
“He’s had threats that he needs to be shot in the back of the head,” Sheriff Traylor said. “And it came to the point that Deputy Dooley was actually in a dangerous position and he put any other officers working with him into a dangerous position.”
They have received so many calls that it has hindered work.
“Hundreds and hundreds of calls, some of them pretty vulgar to listen too,” he said. “It’s taking up the time from what we need to be doing.”
Deputy Dooley had been working for the Rains County Sheriff’s Department for six months and Traylor said other than minor complaints he had no issues with Deputy Dooley.
Dooley will not be allowed to return to work at that department regardless of the outcome of the current investigation…
UPDATE: The deputy is very sorry for what he has done now that he has lost his job. He wasn’t crying like this when he shot and murdered the dog that day.
Not a tear was shed when the dead dog lay before him: