A Toledo police detective shot and killed a large dog in North Toledo yesterday when it attacked him as he was about to participate in serving a search warrant at a house, police said.
Detective Harold Mosley was not injured, police said.
Detective Mosley fired one shot and killed the dog at 3119 Doyle St., where he was part of a police crew that arrived to serve the search warrant.
Raymond Scott, 21, who left the house before police searched it, was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery and carrying a concealed weapon for his alleged role in the Nov. 26 robbery of the Burger King at 33 South Reynolds Rd., officers said.
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