Bear (right), a pit bull, and Buddy, a mix, stand in an enclosure
at Bobby and Karen Warren’s Lockport home. Bear is at the
center of a Lockport legal case that has continued for 26 months.
LOCKPORT — A pit bull is at the center of a 26-month-long legal case that could be decided this summer.
The dog got out of Bobby and Karen Warren’s Lockport yard through a gate in March 2009, Karen said. The pit bull, named Bear, ran loose with another family dog, Buddy, a mix.
The city has determined that the dog attacked a man in the neighborhood, said City Attorney Ron Caneva.
Karen disputes this point, saying, “They’re just assuming it was our dog because the dogs were out.”
By Tony Graf
Herald News Accessed: 2012-01-16. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/64kUXRce3)