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Dog owner set for trial

PUBLISHED: 10:21 29 January 2009 | UPDATED: 12:52 03 July 2010

A DOG owner is to appear for trial at Yarmouth Magistrates Court on March 2 over an allegation she allowed her pet springer spaniel to go dangerously out of control and bite an elderly man on the leg.

A DOG owner is to appear for trial at Yarmouth Magistrates Court on March 2 over an allegation she allowed her pet springer spaniel to go dangerously out of control and bite an elderly man on the leg.

Victoria Alexander has denied the Dangerous Dogs Act 1981 offence which relates to an alleged incident on a footpath by the railway station at Reedham, near Yarmouth, on October 8 last year.

It is claimed that Alexander, 50 of Broadland Close, Reedham allowed her pet, called Elsie, to get dangerously out of control and attack Samuel Bradbury, who is in his 80s, and leave him with a leg injury.


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