Bill requiring restitution for killing or harming police dog passes Indiana Senate

The Indiana Senate today passed a bill 42-7 that would require restitution from those who kill or harm police dogs.

The bill would require a court to order restitution of a person convicted of harming or killing a police dog or interfering with the actions of a law enforcement officer while the animal is assisting. Police dogs can cost more than $8,000.

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