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Schenectady family refusing to turn dogs over to police

Court order defied; hearing set today

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The family that took two accused dogs out of a kennel and hid them with friends is refusing to turn them over to police. Police delivered a court order to the McKearn family last week ordering them to surrender the dogs, police spokesman Lt. Mark McCracken said. The family decided to defy the order. Lindsay McKearn said the family will not budge unless they face legal consequences. She admitted she and her father took the ...

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safny
August 6, 2014
8:36 a.m.

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Brilliant!! Great job, Carl. Perhaps Judge Loyola will get pissed off and hold them in contempt and throw you off the case. You should be fired.

joycemadre
August 6, 2014
9:01 a.m.

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Carl should be fired !! They have the right for an attorney!!!He has handled the whole thing wrong. Again bullying at it finest !! and that is a perfect example of how the city is run! Whether the dogs are right or wrong- do it right!!

safny
August 6, 2014
10:07 a.m.

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It's not up to Carl whether they have an attorney or not. That's up to the judge. Their attorney had to know that something would happen and he should have found someone to take his place while he was away. They're just looking to keep this going and waste time.

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