Protest Against Phoenix Police Shooting
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About 300 people gathered at the Phoenix Police Department headquarters building Monday night to protest the shooting of Daniel Rodriguez and his dog. Phoenix officers responded to a 911 call made by Rodriguez' mother. A scuffle ensued when they arrived and Phoenix police officer Richard Chrisman shot Rodriguez, who was unarmed, and his dog. Chrisman then allegedly filed a false report about the event. He has been arrested on felony assault charges. The event has angered some in the Latino community and they have held a series of protests at the police headquarters. They want Chrisman charged with murder.