>The cops got a warrant to search the home after they claim someone sold a confidential informant heroin at the couple’s home.
>Apparently, the word of one druggie informant is all the justification cops need.
>Police busted down the door and shot the couple’s dog. The man responded by firing his handgun at the officers.
>According to the police chief, narcotics officers “don’t show up in uniform,” when executing search warrants.
<vid related, houston police union boss jew kvetches about people having the gall to defend themselves when plain clothes narcotics officers kick in their door unannounced, shoot their dog; and invade their home.
<it's a white couple
>During a news conference Tuesday, Houston police Chief Art Acevedo identified the suspects as 59-year-old Dennis Tuttle and 58-year-old Rhogena Nicholas.
>Tuttle and Nicholas were married in 1998. The address of the Harding Street home where Monday's shooting happened was used on their marriage license.
<Court records showed that Tuttle had no criminal history in Harris County.
<Nicholas was charged with theft by check in January 2010, according to court records. That case was dismissed about a month later after Nicholas paid $145 in restitution.
<State and national searches returned no criminal history for the couple.
>"We're not going to talk about their criminal histories," Acevedo said. "That's part of the investigation."
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