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No. The policeman is correct about a dog being property but it is still illegal for them to shoot property in your yard. Using his example it is no different than him pulling a gun and shooting the tires out on your case.
The conduct of the gunman would potentially violate a number of laws, including reckless conduct, criminal mischief, and others.
In addition, you could sue him civilly.
Yes, there is no excuse for what he did. In addition, you should report this to the higher ups at he police department, the company that he works for, and the state agency that licenses security guards and issue the gun permits.
There is going to be something along the lines of reckless discharge of a firearm.
Also contact the District Attorney.
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