During Anthony Henderson’s 19-year-career as a police officer, records show he was involved in a raid that targeted the wrong home, allegedly lost a teenager who was under arrest for armed robbery, and accidentally shot a rottweiler’s owner in the leg. He was aiming for the dog.
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Staff writer Shannon McCaffrey contributed to this article.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporters pored through hundreds of school resource officers’ personnel and investigative files provided by local school districts and the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. Reporters then interviewed several experts and administrators about local and national school security trends and hiring practices.