Neb. Woman Accused Of Throwing Dog At Officer

Police said a woman will not face charges for throwing a dog at an officer during a domestic violence investigation. Police Capt. Davidsaver said officers were called to southeast Lincoln for a report of domestic violence late Monday. He said the woman was suspected of throwing a cell phone that hit her boyfriend in the face.

Police said the woman was holding a small dog when officers arrived, and at some point, she threw the dog, named Flash, at an officer. Police said neither the dog nor the officer were injured.

The woman was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault.


Information from: KOLN-TV,