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Police drug dog in attack called pet; Ark.


April 04, 2001
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Police drug dog in attack called pet; Ark.

Christopher Spencer, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
March 30, 2001, Friday
Copyright 2001 Little Rock Newspapers, Inc.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
March 30, 2001, Friday

(CLARENDON, Ark.) - A drug dog belonging to a Monroe County deputy bit an 11-year-old boy several times in the arms and legs, setting off an investigation by police.

Clay Sain "is feeling better," his mother, Tanya Caldwell, said Wednesday. He is recovering at their home in Clarendon from about six puncture wounds he received March 22 while playing at the home of Lt. Randy Julian.

Clay was visiting Julian's sons, ages 8 and 10, and the boys were playing basketball together shortly before the dog attack, Clarendon Police Chief Richard Davenport said.

Full story: Police drug dog in attack called pet; Ark.





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