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Court hears two dangerous dog appeals


Grand Coulee’s Municipal Court heard two “potentially dangerous dog” cases last Friday at city hall.

In the first, Judge Richard Fitterer dismissed an attempted appeal involving a dog owned by Preston Guin, which bit Shirley Heberling June 21 on Main Street.

Fitterer stated that the couple attempting to appeal the city council’s decision to declare the dog named “Scoot/Oreo” potentially dangerous had missed the five-day condition for appeal as outlined in the city’s ordinance.

The owners will now have to confine the dog, put up a dangerous dog sign, and see that it is either m...

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