A teenager accused of shooting an officer and his police dog was moved Thursday to a different jail.
Dominick Conley, 18, was moved from the Muskingum County Jail in Zanesville to the Washington County Jail in Marietta because of security issues.
Conley, who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges on Wednesday, was ordered held on a $2 million bond.
I wonder what the "security issues" were. And I wonder if that $2 million bond is so high because he dared to shoot a cop, as opposed to a regular person, or if it's because he also shot the dog. That's pretty cold-blooded.
What's your opinion? Do you think the treatment of cop-killers and cop-shooters is different from regular killers and shooters? Is that a good thing? Could it be an acceptable policy in order to emphasize the respect due law enforcement personnel?
And what about that picture? He's one rough looking 18-year-old.
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