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Crossbows Enlisted to Fend off Wild Dogs

Cumberland County's Animal Services has enlisted crossbows to protect against a pack of dogs that terrorized the county last summer.

4/6/2011

After being plagued by a pack of wild dogs last summer, Cumberland County's Animal Services Department has sprung to action, enlisting crossbows as a last resort if the dogs return this summer. Two officers have been trained to use the crossbows, and will use them in a dog attack on a human.

Read the full story at fayobserver.com.

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1 Response to Crossbows Enlisted to Fend off Wild Dogs

fat fred wrote:
April 08, 2011

Funny how the information on usage comes from a disgruntaled former employee. Will reporters believe everything? Also how can someone who works for the police department have an illegal firearm? She probably was a plant from HSUS to start with.