ARDMORE, OK -- An Ardmore police officer, accused of intentionally poisoning his neighbors dogs is now back at work.
Back in April, neighbors of Barry Antwine claimed several dogs were poisoned with anti-freeze placed in a cool whip bowl on his yard.
Prosecutors say there's reason to believe Antwine placed the bowl in his yard with the intention of poisoning the animals.
He was placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation.
Tuesday,Ardmore police confirmed that Antwine is back at work.
Antwine has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge and is set to appear back in court in August.
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