Court records: Oklahoma man threatens to kill officers, attacks police K9

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MUSKOGEE, Okla. – A noise complaint took a dangerous turn for Oklahoma officers in Muskogee.

Court documents obtained by FOX 23 say that it all started when Muskogee police received a call about a noise complaint at the Catalina Motel.

Police say a man, who was identified as Bryan White, told officers that he had two guns and was going to kill an officer if anyone came to the door of his motel room.

At one point, investigators attempted to use a K9 unit to get White into custody.

Court records state that White hit the dog, grabbed onto its face and pulled on it. Fortunately, police say the K9, who is named Jangus, is doing fine and was not seriously hurt.

After being taken into custody, White allegedly said that he was going to break the dog’s jaw and could have broken its neck.

White is now charged with threatening violence and obstructing, and mistreating a police dog.

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