At Grimsby Magistrates' Court Lawson pleaded guilty to two counts of being the owner of a dangerously out of control dog on November 29 last year at an address in Ladysmith Road.
Both a police officer, and another man suffered an injury while the dog was out of control, the court heard. Lawson also admitted possessing a dog to which section one of the Dangerous Dogs Act applies - namely a Pit Bull Terrier.If the police followed a policy of shooting these beasts at the scene, they wouldn't have had the standoff that occurred later.
Following the incident in Ladysmith Road, the dogs were later moved to an address in Chapman Road, Cleethorpes.
After more than a day of tense confrontation between the animals' owners and police, officers and RSPCA entered the flat and two dogs were seized.Well, it's curtains for them now so...
Lawson has had Mitzie returned to her and her grandmother Cath Wilson said her grand daughter was "delighted" with the prospect of eventually having both dogs home. "She adores her dogs. She would sooner speak with them than anyone else," said the grandmother.Typically, she went crying to the press for 'support'. And idiots supported her.
But why were the police at the property in the first place?
She also admitted producing cannabis at an address for which she received a 12-month conditional discharge.Ah. 'Support your local drug dealer', is it?