Dog Owner Charged

Dangerous Dog

A St George dog owner has been arrested and charged following the alleged attack of his pit bulls on another resident.

Andrew Ventour, 24 years, Conductor of La Mode was charged on Friday, 11 November 2016, on one count each of causing injury by a dangerous dog and failing to have a warning notice of “dangerous dog” affixed to his place of residence.

Ventour who owned 2 pit bulls that have since been seized, has been granted bail in the sum of $15,000.

The 24-year-old is also being charged with failing to insure and licence a dangerous dog. He previously was charged with causing injury by a dangerous dog and failing to have a warning notice of “dangerous dog” affixed to his place of residence.

The Royal Grenada Police Force is reminding owners of dangerous dogs of their obligation under the Dangerous Dog Act, to ensure that their animals are kept under proper control, properties are securely fenced and that they are in possession of a policy of insurance of no less than $250,000, amongst others.

Ventour is due to appear at the St George’s Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, 10 January 2017.
Source: Office of Commissioner of Police

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