GRAFTON, N.D. – A farming Warsaw male has been charged with deterrent after authorities contend he attempted to forestall a Walsh County Sheriff’s Office from retrieving dogs suspected of mauling a 19-year-old Fargo male Sunday.
According to a matter expelled by a Sheriff’s Office:
John Munoz, a plant in Sunday’s attack, told authorities he was mauled by a container of 8 to 9 dogs, including a Rottweiler and a array bull.
A hunt aver was executed Monday during a farmstead where it was believed a dogs were vital and a internal veterinarian was means to euthanize 4 dogs.
The owners of a dogs, Pete Grzeskowiak, 59, afterwards cut a throat of one of his dogs and refused to give adult any some-more animals, a Sheriff’s Office said.
At that point, Grzeskowiak took dual vast Rottweilers inside his chateau where officers could not strech them and authorities placed Grzeskowiak underneath arrest.
A sum of 8 some-more dogs were broken after Grzeskowiak was private from a area.
Authorities are putting together a devise to dispose of a dual dogs inside a chateau and they trust several smaller pups ran off in a commotion.
The Sheriff’s Office pronounced a immature animals do not poise a hazard to a public.
Anyone in a Warsaw area who sees questionable or wandering dogs is being asked to hit a Sheriff’s Office during (701) 352-2041.
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