$2M Bond For Officer, Police Dog Shooting Suspect


UPDATED: Monday August 31, 2009 7:53 AM

A teenager accused of shooting an officer and his police dog was moved Thursday to a different jail.

Dominick Conley, 18, was moved from the Muskingum County Jail in Zanesville to the Washington County Jail in Marietta because of security issues.

Conley, who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges on Wednesday, was ordered held on a $2 million bond.

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He faces more than 10 other charges stemming from the shooting of Officer Mike Schiele and his police dog, Bosco, on Sunday.

According to police, Schiele was attempting to serve Conley with a warrant when Conley opened fire, hitting Schiele in the leg and the dog in the neck.

Conley was arrested the next day in Canton.

Schiele was treated and released from Grant Medical Center in Columbus while Bosco was being treated at the Ohio State University Veterinary Hospital.

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