Suspects in Auto Burglaries and Police Dog shooting go to court

CLEVELAND, Tennessee (WDEF) – Six juveniles accused in the shooting of a Bradley County police dog and of several auto burglaries appeared in a courtroom for the first time on Friday.

They were arraigned in Bradley County.

The judge ordered the Chattanooga youthes to be held at the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center until a detention hearing next week.

Officials did say the suspect range in ages from 13-17.

The teens face charges in both Cleveland and Bradley County this week for auto burglaries, a chase and the shooting of BCSO K9 Joker.

Yesterday, officials said Joker was still in very serious condition following surgery after being shot in the head.


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