Man fined for taking dogs into national park
VICTORIA, B.C.: A dog-walker with a history of assaulting other dogs in the park was fined a total of $2,500 and banned for five years last week for taking his dog into the North Vancouver park on a leash.
It was not known if the punishment was justified.
According to court documents, on April 18, 2017, a witness saw the pair appro해운대출장안마 해운대안마aching the Lions Gate Trail from the front, following which the dog-walker got out of his car and started kicking and screaming at the park employees who were chasing the dogs.
The witness told court that after the witness app모바일 카지노roached the dogs, a dog-walker grabbed a leash from the witness’ car and walked him around the park, saying he was leaving the park and asked if he wanted to walk the dogs out of the park, the documents read.
However, the witness did not believe the dog-walker, and left to continue the pursuit of the dogs.
Police seized several video and audio recordings that showed the dog-walker attacking multiple dogs at the park, according to police. (CBC) A dog-walker was also photog마사지 오일raphed with blood on his face from a bite by one of the dogs after the witness’ departure.
The dog-walker was fined the maximum fine of $2,500 and banned for five years at court last week for taking the dog-walker’s dog into the park while he was at it.
He is also prohibited from coming into or remaining at any of the park’s visitor facilities.
The park is currently closed for training while it considers the case, but the park manager said she expects to reopen the park at the conclusion of the investigation.