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Out-of-control dog bit 3 individuals while running loose on commercial estate


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An out-of-control dog bit 3 individuals after being enabled to run loose on a Flintshire commercial estate. David Sumner, of Trafalgar Road in Egremont on Merseyside, appeared prior to magistrates in Mold on Thursday early morning where he confessed having a dog precariously out of control.

He likewise confessed a charge of typical attack throughout the event, which occurred on October 1 in 2015 in Saltney. Prosecutor Julia Galston said the 42-year-old was at the River Lane Industrial Estate with his 2 Caucasian Shepherds at around 10.30am when cops looked out to the truth that the animals were running loose.

One had actually already bitten numerous individuals. The court heard that Thomas Graham had actually been on an early morning perform at the commercial estate when the female dog “cornered him” and barked.

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He was then bitten on the arm. A 2nd man, John Main, had actually been walking to operate in the location and tipped over when the animals ran by him.

He was not bitten however rather struck some railings and this triggered an arm injury, said Ms Galston. A mum who had not long dropped her kid off for a martial arts session at the estate was required to delve into her car and “yell for help” after the female dog bit her on the hip.

The 4th victim, Marek Midura, was bitten “a variety of times” on the arm at a garage whilst he attempted to safeguard his own lap dog which was being assaulted by Sumner’s animal. Sumner showed up and put his dogs into a van with help from a man who was not called by the district attorney.

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As he attempted to leave the scene, the court heard that Ms Midura had a “clear liquid” tossed at her from a bottle as she attempted to photo the accused’s van. The magistrates were informed both dogs were kept in cops custody.

The female who bit members of the general public is still under evaluation by cops and the male has actually been rehomed, the court heard. Keith Webster, safeguarding Sumner, appealed for the court to delay their sentencing and order a report into the accused’s background be finished.

This demand was given and Sumner was informed he’d be back in the dock next month for sentencing.


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