DA won’t charge Palo Alto cop who sicced dog on innocent man

A Palo Alto police officer who sicced his dog on an innocent man during a suspect search in Mountain View last summer will not be charged with any crimes, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday.

Joel Domingo Alejo was asleep in a back yard on Sierra Vista Avenue in Mountain View in the early morning hours of June 25 when Nicholas Enberg, whose title is police agent, ordered his police dog to attack Alejo.

Enberg had headed to Mountain View to help that city’s police search for a man who allegedly kidnapped his ex-girlfriend, drove her short distance, then pushed her out of

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