Ban after man found guilty of fox hunting incident which injured two dogs



A Black Country man has been banned from keeping dogs for 12 months after being found guilty of fox hunting.
Stephen Parkes, from Walsall, was arrested after his two terriers got injured when he sent them down a hole.
He was also told to pay fines and court costs totalling £500 after being convicted of two charges related to fox hunting at Birmingham Magistrates Court, following a trial.
Sentencing 35-year-old, Parkes District Judge Neil Davison told him: “I simply don’t believe the account you have given in court. You deliberately sent those two dogs into the hole which resulted in the... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 33
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