Baltimore cop accused of slitting dog's throat acquitted of animal cruelty charges
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BALTIMORE — A Baltimore police officer accused of killing a dog last summer by slitting its throat was found not guilty, a judge announced Thursday. Judge Melissa Phinn announced the decision in the case against Jeffrey Bolger, who was accused of slitting a dog's throat. The Baltimore officer, 50, was charged with animal cruelty, mutilating an…