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September 11, 2012 at 9:59 AM

Both dogs in Everett ‘chomping spree’ are now dead

The Associated Press

A boxer involved in a series of dog attacks last month in Everett was killed last week at the city animal shelter.

The boxer and a pit bull got loose and attacked five people Aug. 25, including a police officer, in what another officer called a “chomping spree.” The pit bull died after an electric shock from a stun gun.

The Daily Herald reports the boxer was declared a dangerous dog, and the owner agreed to let the shelter euthanize it.

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