"Our officers acted appropriately, consistent with the law and the Police Department's policies," the city's attorney, Sarah Foreman, told the Statesman Journal. Hillebrand said he did not resist arrest or pose any threat to officers and that the attack on his face and hip left him with permanent scars and other injuries. "My arm was in the dog's mouth when I woke up," he said during a deposition. "It was one of the most painful things I've ever dealt with in my life, and one of the scariest ... Like this ผ้าปูที่นอน 7 ฟุต is way more traumatizing than having some guy gut me with a broadhead arrow." Police painted a different picture, saying officers responded to reports that Hillebrand ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน สวย ๆ was at his ex-girlfriend's home, high on drugs and yelling. They said an officer repeatedly shouted that Hillebrand needed to leave or a K-9 dog would be deployed. According to police, the officers searched the home and found Hillebrand under a bedsheet. An officer commanded Dillon to bark at the person under the sheet. Hillebrand refused orders to show his hands, and the officer told Dillon to pull him off the bed.
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