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Appeal denied on dangerous dog

 


A Grand Coulee man who appealed a “potentially dangerous dog” charge in municipal court Friday was denied.

Andrew Kramer, whose dog “Howdy” had bit a Portland woman in front of Banks Lake Pub July 22, appeared before Judge Richard Fitterer in August to appeal a decision by Grand Coulee’s city council declaring his dog to be “potentially dangerous.”

He indicated in the August court meeting that he wanted to secure counsel to help him appeal the decision.

Kramer appeared Friday before Fitterer, without his attorney, and his appeal was readily denied.

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