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This Sept. 5, 2021, photo shows Erika Erazo, Erica Umana, Dayri Amaya and Brandon Cuevas, who alleged that Prince George's County law enforcement barged into their apartment and tased and killing their dog as well in Landover Hills. Several officers have been suspended and the whole incident is under investigation. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via AP)
This Sept. 5, 2021, photo shows Erika Erazo, Erica Umana, Dayri Amaya and Brandon Cuevas, who alleged that Prince George's County law enforcement barged into their apartment and tased and killing their dog as well in Landover Hills. Several officers have been suspended and the whole incident is under investigation. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via AP)

‘I knew this wasn’t right’: Owners of a dog shot by police in Maryland want answers (access required)

After Prince George’s County police shot a dog that later was euthanized, its owners intend to sue, contending the officers behaved illegally.