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Man charged for breaching court order after police discover five dogs in poor conditions


A 33-year-old man barred from owning dogs was arrested by Warrington police after being found with five dogs living in poor conditions at Callands.

Officers from Warrington West Police Station arrested and charged a male who had a court order preventing him from owning dogs.
Following a warrant at the male’s address five dogs were seized who were living in poor conditions at a property in Granston Close, Callands.
A Cheshire Police spokesperson said: “At around 11am on Thursday 22 July police executed a warrant at an address on Granston Close.
“A 33-year-old man was arrested for breach of a court order and taken into custody.
“He was subsequently charged and has been bailed until 18 August where he is due to appear at Warrington Magistrates Court.”


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