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Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2009 1:26 AM  |  Flag  
A reckless endangerment charge after an ANIMAL ATTACK? Way to crack down Lockport! Keep up the good work!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2009 2:17 AM  |  Flag  
A boy was also injured, as is usual with a dog aggression attack. People get hurt along with the pets.

I hope that all victims are contacting lawyers right now and suing, and also calling up the insurance company for that pit owner's house.

OpenID aad7e618-d4cc-11e0-8863-000bcdcb471e  |  9/01/2011 2:00 PM  |  Flag  
I know this is a very late comment, but I just found your blog.

The Lockport police and Dog Warden do not take dog attacks as seriously now as they did in 2009.

My daughter was attacked by a Rott mix in May 2011. This was the second documented unprovoked attack by this vicious dog. Even though the Judge ordered the dog destroyed, the dog warden still has not seized the dog and is not even trying to. (the owner is hiding it). No criminal charges against the owner. Two weeks ago another child was attacked by a different dog. Again no criminal charges, the DA said it was an unfortunate accident. But in this case the dog was seized and will be put down even though it is the first attack.

Nice change in policy...

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