Suspect charged in police dog assault scheduled for trial next month | Crime
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The suspect charged in connection with an incident that left a police dog seriously wounded will soon stand trial, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office.
Frank Raven is charged with robbery first degree, attempted killing of a police dog and attempted assault for his alleged role in the December 14, 2011 incident that left MPD's K-9 "Bodi" seriously injured. He is scheduled to go to trial on October 22.
MPD officers charged Raven on December 19 following his release from Baptist Medical Center South. Raven had received treatment at the hospital for a gunshot wound sustained December 14 after allegedly shooting the MPD K-9, Bodi, who was attempting to apprehend the suspect in an armed robbery.
Raven was transported to the Montgomery County Detention Facility, where was being held under bonds totaling $62,000.
Bodi has since died from unrelated health issues.
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