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Unrestrained dogs leave another dog dead
11/15/2019

(KAIR)--A dog is dead following an attack by two other dogs in Atchison.

According to a report from Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson, it happened around 10:00 Friday morning.

Officers responded to the 700 block of W Street following a report of the attack.

A neighbor took the injured dog, identified in social media posts as Max, to a veterinarian. However, Wilson said the dog died.

The owner of the two Huskies that police say attacked Max is identified as 61-year-old Joanna Orr.

She was charged with vicious dogs and dogs running at large.

The Huskies are in the custody of Atchison Animal Control.

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