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#388583 - 15th Feb 2010 7:49pm What would the charge be?
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Plusone witnessed today a horrible attack on a King Charles dog by an unleashed (we think) American Bull Mastiff. The poor little dog died. The 'owner'+ dog ran off, a witness followed in car and was able to tell police where.
Been around to pass condolences to young girl, police have got the A.BM owner but no dog and have enough evidence to charge him-what with though?
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#388584 - 15th Feb 2010 7:51pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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If the dog is legal the police cant ask for destruction of it but council can-how does this work?
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#388597 - 15th Feb 2010 8:25pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Rude, this is shocking, I spoke to one of the people at our dog club and they sent me something which I hope you find helpful in this case.

The Dog Control Orders (Prescribed Offences and Penalties, etc.) Regulations 2006 states that dogs must be on a lead in a public place maximum fine £100.

Dangerous Dogs act 1991 states any personal loss incurred due to a dog attack is due to compensation paid through the courts. It also allows for the destruction of illegal dogs deemed dangerous. This does not only refer to “banned” breeds ie pit-bulls or Japanese Tosas, but to dogs deemed to be dangerous due to an unprovoked attack. This is a criminal offence. Section 3 allows the Police to seize the dog and to destroy it unless the owner can prove that the attack was exceptional and totally out of character.

The Dogs act 1871 still covers most legislation concerning attacks by a dog out of control. The legislation covers mostly civil action, but the case is usually heard in Magistrates court.

The most important thing to do is to report the attack to the Police and find or provide the address and name of the owner.

Please keep us updated on this awful case.
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#388611 - 15th Feb 2010 8:47pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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OMG - that's awful

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#388612 - 15th Feb 2010 8:52pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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Will keep you all updated-expecting the police over next couple of days to take statement from plusone. As i said they got lad in custoady atm but he saying nothing about whereabouts of the dog.
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#388613 - 15th Feb 2010 8:55pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: Capt_America]
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Originally Posted By: Capt_America
Rude, this is shocking, I spoke to one of the people at our dog club and they sent me something which I hope you find helpful in this case.

The Dog Control Orders (Prescribed Offences and Penalties, etc.) Regulations 2006 states that dogs must be on a lead in a public place maximum fine £100.

Dangerous Dogs act 1991 states any personal loss incurred due to a dog attack is due to compensation paid through the courts. It also allows for the destruction of illegal dogs deemed dangerous. This does not only refer to “banned” breeds ie pit-bulls or Japanese Tosas, but to dogs deemed to be dangerous due to an unprovoked attack. This is a criminal offence. Section 3 allows the Police to seize the dog and to destroy it unless the owner can prove that the attack was exceptional and totally out of character.

The Dogs act 1871 still covers most legislation concerning attacks by a dog out of control. The legislation covers mostly civil action, but the case is usually heard in Magistrates court.

The most important thing to do is to report the attack to the Police and find or provide the address and name of the owner.

Please keep us updated on this awful case.
thanks, will take this info to the owner/ victim.
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#388620 - 15th Feb 2010 9:10pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Would it be an offence to hide/ harbour the attaking animal, even its a legal breed? 'perverting the course of justice'?
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#388637 - 15th Feb 2010 10:20pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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bizarely...it would actually be criminal damage. Death of the dog is considered "damage" for the purposes of criminal damage...dog is considered property....bizzare!

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#388638 - 15th Feb 2010 10:24pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: Anonymous]
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mad Where abouts did this happen? I know of someone walking around with a banned breed, not muzzled.

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#388639 - 15th Feb 2010 10:26pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: Anonymous]
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Yes an animal is considered property, but steps can be taken through the courts to impound the animal if it is considered dangerous! I hate it when I walk my dog on his lead and dogs that are off lead approach barking and snarling, just two days ago my dog had his face bitten by a Jrt.

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#388642 - 15th Feb 2010 10:41pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: abcdefgh]
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Originally Posted By: aegean
mad Where abouts did this happen? I know of someone walking around with a banned breed, not muzzled.
report it then?!
From plusones description the attacking dog was an american bull mastiff-i.e not illegal.
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#388644 - 15th Feb 2010 10:47pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: angelina]
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Originally Posted By: angelina
Yes an animal is considered property, but steps can be taken through the courts to impound the animal if it is considered dangerous! I hate it when I walk my dog on his lead and dogs that are off lead approach barking and snarling, just two days ago my dog had his face bitten by a Jrt.
this animal sniffed, attacked-a few seconds later it was 'all over'. No need to be more specific than that! All dogs should be on a leash and under proper control of handler/ owner.
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#388649 - 15th Feb 2010 10:58pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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smile I actually meant where did the attack take place? There is a person who has a banned breed, it is known by the police and dog wardens. Where did the attack happen? k.e. location


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#388651 - 15th Feb 2010 11:14pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: abcdefgh]
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This animal has been described by witnesses as NOT illegal so i dont think its the one you talking about? It was in seacombe.
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#388652 - 15th Feb 2010 11:26pm Re: What would the charge be? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Thanks, shame about the dog and the owner who must be traumatised. The dog Im talking about has attacked loads of dogs but the owner seems to be above the law, his dog is a pit bull. Makes me sick, it went for my dog, whose daft as a brush, managed to intervene in time though Someone should take action over that dog in Seacombe, imagine if it did that to a child? banned or not banned breed its still dangerous!

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