Cali was a fun-loving, caring, peaceful family dog. On March 19, 2014, she escaped the backyard fence and was roaming through the neighborhood. A neighbor called animal control to come and retrieve the dog. The cops showed up before the animal control. When the cops pulled up, Brice Woolley stepped out of the car.
He then went to his car, pulled out his shotgun and shot Cali in her neck. After he shot her, he laughed and bragged about how "awesome" it looked when her collar flew off. She had done nothing to provoke the officer. She died immediately.
Woolley informed the animal control that he had shot the dog. Woolley said, "We'll just write in the report that she tried to attack you and others in the neighborhood." If she was attacking him, then how did he have time to go all the way to his car and get a shotgun?
When the owner, Sarah, got there, the officer said, "We shot your dog, she's dead." Imagine, if that was how you found out the death of your family pet. Sarah was at a loss of words. She went down to the police station to find out what she could do about this. They gave her the run-around and basically told her he was in the right to shoot her dog even with a witness to the crime. The Police department in Ardmore is known for sweeping many cases under the rug.
We want this story to go viral. We want everyone to know the truth. This officer needs to be relieved of his duties. Justice needs to be served. Cali's voice will be heard.