Head FBI Agent Won’t Be Charged for Fatally Shooting Pit Bull Who Attacked Her Dog

FBI Special Agent in Charge Jacqueline Maguire

By Steve Neavling

The head of the FBI’s Philadelphia Field Office won’t be charged with a crime for fatally shooting a dog outside of an apartment building last month. 

Jacqueline Maguire, special agent in charge of the field office, shot a pit bull after it snatched her smaller dog from her lap and began aggressively shaking it.

The shooting set off a protest. 

The District Attorney’s Office said the investigation is closed and charges won’t be filed, CBS News reports.

It’s not clear whether Maguire will face any repercussions from the bureau. 

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