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When Tyson's phone, computer and other devices were examined, officers found indecent images of children across all three levels of seriousness.There were 51 stills and 83 movies in category A - the most serious, 45 stills and 40 movies in category B and 147 stills and 27 movies in category C.The incident occurred at the Pahrump, Nevada home of Gary Miller, a world record holder in power lifting and a certified firefighter, according to KTNV-TV. Body cam footage records a conversation between Tolle and a sergeant who showed up after the dog was shot.The footage starts with Deputy John Tolle driving to Miller's home in an agitated mood because of the behavior of other drivers on the road.'Oh, you're an idiot, aren't you?! Blu lived with Miller and his family for almost six years.' Tolle replies.'Kind of an a**hole sometimes,' the sergeant is heard saying.'Especially when I shoot his dog,' the deputy replies.'Even more so,' the sergeant says.Miller was outraged after seeing the footage and the apparent callousness of the deputies.Officers also discovered he had shared indecent images of children over the internet and was in possession of warped videos involving other animals.Tyson, of Stoke Golding, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire pleaded guilty to six charges of making indecent images of children, three of distributing the images, and one of possessing extreme pornography.
The office said Blu was 'an aggressive animal' who 'charged the deputy, attempted to attack him' and posed an 'evolving threat'.
But having picked up his mobile phone and noticed some messages 'which raised concerns', they seized this electronic devices.
And because of 'other lines of enquiry' they checked the welfare of Tyson's 10-year-old female Staffordshire bull terrier Coco.
Nevada sheriffs on Saturday released disturbing body cam footage showing a deputy fatally shooting a dog on a residential property while responding to an activated house alarm on April 10 that turned out to be false Nye County Sheriff's Deputy John Tolle is seen above responding to a home security alarm that was activated. Stop it.'Panicked, the deputy shoots Blu from a distance of about 10 feet. 'If the dog's wagging his tail, even if he's barking and growling, he's no threat,' Miller said.
After approaching the front door, he noticed a pit bull galloping toward him from the backyard Tolle then knocks on the door. The dog, a pit bull named Blu, then appears in the frame as it is running toward the deputy.'Oh, don't do it, doggy,' a nervous Tolle is heard saying. Tolle fired a total of four shots at the canine, who fell off the concrete walkway and into the weeds. 'My dog was still wagging his tail when he was laying on the ground bleeding to death''I've been out here with this guy before,' the sergeant is heard saying.'Have you?