NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — JUNE 1, 2012 —
A few minutes ago, Vicky Fletcher of the animal services division (Yolo Sheriff’s Department) gave us an update on the dogs being sought after one of them bit a teen in Southport on May 24 near Shasta Way. The 15-year old victim approached the two small white dogs, thinking they looked “lost,” and one of them bit the youth.
The biting dog needs to be found and cleared of rabies or the victim will have to undergo rabies exposure treatment.
“We may have found the two white dogs with one involved in the recent bite,” said Fletcher in an email shortly after 4 p.m. today. “The dogs are coming in from West Sacramento (with) of our officers. A citizen found them wandering around the River City High School and took them home, and her parent remembered seeing the story in the paper and called us. Since one of the dogs is wearing the blue collar we are pretty sure they are the right dogs. However, we will be having the victim come in to ID the animals.”
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