David William Latham, 55, shot a dog in the chest Saturday evening, Sept. 13, 2014 when she ran up to him near this knee-high fence at the edge of a backyard in the 1200 block of Undine Street, according to Bellingham police. Latham had been angered by a dog's constant barking in the Puget neighborhood. But he shot the "wrong dog," police said. Molly, the 13-month-old corgi who died in the yard, hadn't been barking that evening, one of her owners said.
David William Latham, 55, shot a dog in the chest Saturday evening, Sept. 13, 2014 when she ran up to him near this knee-high fence at the edge of a backyard in the 1200 block of Undine Street, according to Bellingham police. Latham had been angered by a dog's constant barking in the Puget neighborhood. But he shot the "wrong dog," police said. Molly, the 13-month-old corgi who died in the yard, hadn't been barking that evening, one of her owners said. The Bellingham Herald
David William Latham, 55, shot a dog in the chest Saturday evening, Sept. 13, 2014 when she ran up to him near this knee-high fence at the edge of a backyard in the 1200 block of Undine Street, according to Bellingham police. Latham had been angered by a dog's constant barking in the Puget neighborhood. But he shot the "wrong dog," police said. Molly, the 13-month-old corgi who died in the yard, hadn't been barking that evening, one of her owners said. The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham man annoyed by barking dog shoots, kills corgi on Undine Street

September 15, 2014 06:15 PM

UPDATED September 19, 2014 06:39 PM

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