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Dangerous dog seized from owner


A Grand Coulee man who appealed a ruling that he had a “potentially dangerous” dog faced trouble with police again.

Andrew Kramer, of 110 Burdin Boulevard, whose dog “Rowdy” bit a Portland woman July 22, had his dog declared “potentially dangerous” by the Grand Coulee City Council. When Kramer went before Municipal Court Judge Richard Fitterer, he appealed the city’s decision on his dog.

That appeal was denied by Fitterer on Sept. 22.

Kramer was supposed to obtain a dog license and a surety bond on the animal but was having trouble with the money required. So he went to Mayor...

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