Victim's Mother Says County Lax In Addressing Vicious Dogs
By Joel Stevens, Associate Editor
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 1:21 pm (Updated: February 28, 1:23 pm)
A Pacific Junction mother whose daughter was bitten by a dog that had recently bitten a neighbor is wondering why Mills County isn’t doing more to prevent vicious dog attacks.
Mills County does not have any criminal statutes for vicious animals or dog bites currently on the books.
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