2 Wadi Ara men arrested on suspicion of holding dog fights

June 24, 2009 14:18
2 Wadi Ara men arrested on suspicion of holding dog fights

amstaff 248.88. (photo credit: Agriculture Ministry )


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Two Wadi Ara men have been arrested on suspicion of holding dog fights, police said Wednesday. The arrests were made Tuesday night when a car carrying a wounded American Staffordshire Terrier (Amstaff) was stopped at a police checkpoint outside Umm el-Fahm moments after a vehicle carrying a pit-bull had driven past. The wounded Amstaff was transferred by the Environmental Protection Ministry to a secure facility for treatment and castration, as is required by law.

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