Tuesday 7 March 2023

Too Little, Far Too Late...

Inspector Rhys Caddick, whose area covers the town, revealed to councillors that a raid was carried out last week in Penyrheol - where Mrs Partrick and Jack were both killed.
'Two dogs have been seized from the address on suspicion of being a banned breed, thought to be of pit bull type,' he said. 'As with other recent seizures the dogs are being cared for pending examination.
'This is the 13th dog seized from Caerphilly South this year. We are working towards identifying a bloodline of note and I expect further police activity in the near future.'
Police also recently issued a Community Protection Warning against a dog owner who was allowing an American Bully type dog to roam the street outside.

And this lacklustre response is hailed as the Second Coming by equally supine local politicians who have obviously walked around with their eyes closed... 

Councillor Lindsay Whittle, who is the leader of the Plaid Cymru group on Caerphilly council and a Penyrheol ward member, expressed his gratitude to the force for their 'high profile action against the owners of potentially dangerous dogs.'

They should have acted sooner, and you know it. 

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