CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) -
A Carlisle man has been arrested for making threats against the police officers who put down his dog.
Cody D. Moore, 20, was charged Saturday with terroristic threats and sent to Cumberland County Prison on $1,000 bail, borough police said.
Police said officers had responded to an incident Friday where Moore's pit bull had been running loose, had bitten a man and killed a family cat.
The officers tried to restrain the dog with a net and noose, but were unable. The dog was eventually killed because it was extremely aggressive, police said.
Police said that on Saturday, it came to their attention that Moore posted on Facebook that, "The Carlisle cops who shot Queen need to die" and "I'm the one to do it."
A warrant was issued for his arrest, and Moore was taken into custody at his place of employment, police said.