Man Posts Fliers For Missing Service Dog, Police Respond With Threats of Citation, Fine & JailChris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 24, 2013
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From KING 5:
A Marysville man who suffers from post traumatic stress disorder says his service dog, Nanna, is missing. When police contacted him, he hoped for good news. Instead he was threatened with a citation, a fine, and possible jail time.The police said it was a "courtesy call" and he should be grateful they didn't ticket him and take him to jail immediately.
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