Hero dog took bullet for partner: sheriff

JUPITER, Fla. — Authorities contend a man was shot and killed after two apart shootouts with South Florida deputies while a police dog took a bullet during one of the shootouts. 

The Palm Beach Post reports that 46-year-old Philip O’Shea died Friday evening. Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw says O’Shea had an endless rapist story and was wanted in Raleigh, North Carolina, in tie with a May 2 motel robbery. 

Bradshaw pronounced deputies saw the suspect, and chased the think before he crashed the vehicle, CBS associate WPEC. Gunfire was exchanged between deputies and the think was killed. 

PBSO K-9 Officer Kasper took a bullet in the gunfire that was meant for his partner, Bradshaw said. K-9 Officer Kasper is in medicine and is approaching to survive. 

Authorities contend O’Shea was concerned in a shootout Friday morning in suburban West Palm Beach where one emissary was harmed while diving for cover. Bradshaw pronounced O’Shea had many superb out-of-state warrants in North Carolina before to coming to Florida. 

State law coercion agents will examine the shooting.

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