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When a Parkersburg, West Virginia woman called police to her home for assistance after a fight broke out between her father-in-law and a neighbor, an unbelievable scene unfolded – and it was all caught on tape.
When West Virginia State Police entered Tiffany Hupp’s yard, her dog, who was tethered by a chain, approached an officer, barking. The officer immediately drew his weapon and aimed it at the dog. Afraid that her dog was about to be killed, Hupp stepped between the officer and her dog, blocking him from shooting.
The officer grabbed Hupp, throwing her to the ground before arresting and charging her with obstruction.
Hupp told WTAP that officers never even addressed the fight between her father-in-law and a neighbor when they arrived.
Hupp also reports that police officers stormed into the home and took everyone’s cell phones when they learned that the incident had been recorded.
Hupp is scheduled to appear in court today, facing charges of obstruction of justice.
West Virginia State Police have not commented on the incident.