maybe it wasn't the dog, maybe it was the owner mr. world has gone mad!
April 29, 2011 at 10:48 p.m.
I wish just like to let you know officer coulter that you are in mine and my families prayers. I am his neighbor and I know for a fact that he loved that dog and the dog loved him. They really were a great pair. He always stopped home frequently to make sure the dog had fresh water and so the dog could go to the bathroom. He also cleaned the cruiser after every shift they went on. I truly believe that dog would have done anything to protect him. I know what it feels like to lose a dog suddenly and it truly saddens me the way Mr. Marzula acted. No one ever said that just because we all care and are affected by the loss of officer coulters partner and best friend doesn't mean that we don't respect the sacrifice that you and your men have made for this country. I thank you for fighting for my freedom, just please show some respect and let him grieve and remember his dog in peace and give him a chance to let him explain what this dog meant to him. Also, I would be gladly willing to help set up some fundraisers to help the APD raise money to get him a knew k-9 companion because he is the perfect officer for such a job and he puts 125% effort into the job. Again, you are in my prayers!
April 29, 2011 at 5:48 p.m.