WICHITA, Kan. - The Sedgwick County District Attorney Thursday released body cam footage to the Wichita Eagle, showing a now-former Wichita police officer firing at family dog and injuring a child, reports CBS affiliate KWCH.
According to the Wichita Eagle, the dog was a 35-to-40-pound English bull terrier.
Betts missed the dog, but a bullet fragment ricocheted and struck a girl sitting right behind the animal in the forehead, just above her right eye.
The Eagle reports that fragments of the bullets also hit the dog.
The Wichita Police Department fired Betts on Jan. 25.