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MN: Dog caught in trap

February 18, 2010

Assist animal. A woman called police to report that a dog was caught in a leg trap set for a coyote in the 1700 block of 130th Avenue NE. An officer assisted the dog's owner with removing the dog from the trap. The dog's leg was bloody and the animal was taken to a veterinarian for examination. According to police reports, a short time later a man arrived and said he had placed the traps for the homeowner and that he would take responsibility. He was issued a citation for a violation of the city's trapping prohibitions. The homeowner could not be reached, but the officer left a note for the homeowner to call.

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