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Oberon police: $1060 in fines after staffy found running free in park | Oberon Review

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A DOG owner has been issued fines worth $1060 after an American Staffordshire terrier was found running loose near Herb David Park on Carrington Avenue.

Police patrolling the area were approached by a concerned mother of two who said her two young children had been playing the park when the dog entered the park by jumping a fence.

The mother and her children quickly fled the park.

Police scanned the dog and found it to be unregistered, however, the owner was located shortly after.

The owner was issued with infringement notices totalling $1060 for failing to comply with several requirements relating to the ownership and care of the dog and failing to prevent it from entering the park.

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