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