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Huron county dog warden

Huron county dog warden

Huron county dog warden has received several complaints of dogs running loose around the community after a young dog was hit and killed early Sunday by a car.

According to the CHSRA report, the incident occurred about 2:25 a.m. Sunday, June 11, on the northbound lane of State Route 26 near County Road H, about four-tenths of a mile south of the intersection of County Roads E and H, west of South Bend. The CHSRA report states the incident occurred at the intersection of County Roads E and H, and not at the location of the fatality.

The report states the driver had a green light as she was driving east on County Road E.

The driver stopped, and the passenger exited the vehicle. A police officer arrived, and the driver informed the officer that she had been the vehicle’s passenger when she heard a woman screaming.

The report states that when the driver heard a “growl” coming from the north, she immediately turned to her right and slowed down. The driver could see a black dog lying in the road. The driver stopped her vehicle and turned the vehicle off. The driver got out and tried to help the dog, but the dog died as she tried to pick him up. The report states that it was later determined that the dog was approximately a seven to nine-month-old black lab.

The report states that the dog was wearing a collar that had no identification.

The driver of the vehicle called a police dispatcher at about 3:07 a.m., and reported the incident, stating she was stopped at County Road E and County Road H when a dog ran out in front of the vehicle. The report states that a man who was also in the vehicle said that they had just come from the area where the fatality had occurred and that the dog was already dead when he got out of the vehicle.

The report states that the dog did not have any visible injuries and that the dog’s owner was unknown to the driver and passenger.

The driver stated that she thought the dog belonged to a man she knew. The driver stated that the dog did not have a collar with identification and that the dog’s body was stiff as if he had been dead for some time.

The report states that the dog’s body had three different wounds. The first wound was on the dog’s left shoulder area, and appeared to have been made by a long, thin object. The second wound was near the dog’s rib cage area, and appeared to have been made by a blunt object, perhaps a knife, and that the wound was located on the dog’s left side and was deep. The third wound was located at the dog’s shoulder joint, and appeared to have been made by a sharp object.

The report states that the vehicle was a light green two-door vehicle, and that the driver and passenger stated the dog’s collar was made out of black leather.

The report states that the dog’s body was taken to a local veterinary hospital, where the wounds were treated.

According to the CHSRA report, the incident occurred about 10:15 p.m. on Wednesday, June 21, on the westbound lanes of State Route 26 in the city of Michigan City.

The report states that the victim had stopped in the westbound lanes to assist a motorist whose vehicle had broken down about a quarter mile from the intersection of County Road J and County Road N, just north of the Michigan City Airport. The report states that the victim pulled to the shoulder of the road to wait for the vehicle to be towed.

According to the CHSRA report, a man and a woman were in the front passenger seat and were talking to each other.

The report states that the woman got out of the vehicle and walked back to the vehicle to ask the victim for a cigarette. The victim then got out of the vehicle, walked to the passenger side of the vehicle, and asked the man to roll down the window. The man complied and then the victim got into the vehicle and closed the passenger window.

The victim then told the man that he needed a cigarette. The report states that the victim got out of the vehicle and walked to a gas station in the same direction as the vehicle and then turned around to look for the woman, who was still standing at the vehicle.

The report states that the woman was walking away, and that the victim yelled “hey,” after which the victim heard a woman say “he wants a cigarette” and then saw the man and woman exchange money. The report states that the woman gave the man a cigarette and then went back to the vehicle.

The victim then opened the front passenger door of the vehicle, and then walked to the vehicle’s front passenger seat area. The victim saw that the woman had been stabbed in the back. The report states that the victim tried to drive the vehicle forward, but the vehicle stalled.

The report states that the victim got out of the vehicle, and that a man approached the victim and started punching the victim in the head and body. The report states that the victim tried to get back into the vehicle, but the man threw the victim to the ground and held the victim down. The report states that the victim tried to crawl away, but the man kicked and punched the victim.

The report states that the victim yelled “call the police” to the man, but that the man kicked the victim in the mouth, causing the victim to lose his balance and fall to the ground. The report states that the man then got on top of the victim and tried to strangle him. The report states that the man strangled the victim, and then the man ran to a nearby house, and the man ran back to the vehicle.

The report states that the man grabbed the man’s wallet and threw it to the ground, then took the victim’s wallet and ran to a nearby house, where he entered the home through an unlocked front door.

The report states that a woman was in the


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