County dog policy under discussion

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By Daniel Elizondo
 
Hardin County Sheriff’s Department is working on a plan to implement stricter limits on dogs that are deemed dangerous. Hardin County deputy Richard Nelson presented a proposal to county commissioners on Monday, that would give officers the authority to decide if a dog is dangerous after being called on the canine that may have bitten or threatened a person unprovoked.
 
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