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Cicco fought the charges and his case was brought to trial.The jury could not agree on a verdict, ending the court case in a mistrial. Police Chief Will Johnson said at a news conference that the dog, which he described as a Labrador mix, weighed about 40 pounds.Brooks was shot in the "upper torso," Johnson said.However, we consulted with a close-quarters hand-to-hand combat expert who concluded Wijnen-Riems tactics were not standard procedure.The officer can be seen placing Cicco in a painful wrist-lock which has the potential to break the man’s wrist.After obtaining the dashcam footage, the Beaver Countian also obtained audio of the officer’s call.In the audio, the cop is heard joking about the damage his dog inflicted on Cicco.
"Our hearts are broken for the Brooks family and for the officer involved.
However, that was not seen in the video, nor was in possession of a taser.
The small-town police officer, who some are now calling a bully, then charged Cicco with multiple charges including fleeing and eluding and driving without a license.
The 25-year-old officer, whose name hasn't been released, graduated from the police academy in February and hadn't fired his service weapon in the line of duty before Thursday, Johnson said. People who live and work near where the shooting occurred said they often saw Brooks walking with her boyfriend and that the couple appeared to be homeless. CBS DFW reports the dog was said to be friendly with people in the area."It was never on a leash," said store owner Justin Patton.
"We saw that couple every single day with that dog.