Gun drawn over alleged trespassing = Dead lab http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/...dog_n_5235504.html?ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000063 ..."The dog was rubbing up against the cop," Midkiff said. "He would rub the dog's back and then push him away. All of a sudden, he just jumped down and shot the dog in the head." Midkiff said he could see both Thierbach and the dog clearly. "That dog did not bite that officer," he said. "The dog was wagging his tail, his tongue was hanging out." Carpenter said he spun around when he heard the gunshot. "I see my dog kind of start shaking and batting at his head," he said. "I saw the blood start to run down his face. … I'm watching my dog die while I'm sitting in cuffs." Thierbach, Carpenter told HuffPost, "seemed to be fighting back a smile." He said he asked the cop why he was smiling, and that Thierbach "smirked" and replied, "Well, he nipped at my foot." Backup officers put Arzy's body in a trash bag and threw it into the back of a vehicle, Carpenter said. According to the Southwest Daily News, police charged Carpenter and Laliberte with trespassing and kept them in jail for a few hours. Midkiff said he watched as other officers questioned Thierbach about the shooting. Within about 15 minutes, he said, Thierbach's story changed. He first claimed to have been bitten on the calf, then on the back of his heel. Later, another officer took a photograph of his toe.