Plymouth man enters no plea to dog injury charge
A MAN has appeared in court accused of having a dog which went into a flat and injured a woman.
Lewis Shorthouse, aged 23, faced Plymouth magistrates charged with owning a dog which caused injury in a private place.
He allegedly allowed the animal to enter a place where it was not permitted, a neighbour's flat in North Hill. The dog is then said to have injured Nadine Rowe on September 12.
Shorthouse, of North Hill, has so far indicated "no plea" to the charge.
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Magistrates released him on conditional bail to appear before magistrates again on December 28.