Stray Dogs Attack Residents in the Capital City

Stray Dogs Attack Residents in the Capital City

A Belmopan resident is seeking assistance with the stray dogs that linger on her streets, and have recently caused her to have a run-in with her neighbour. Retired school warden, Lonnie Reid, claims that she was attacked by an intoxicated neighbour who blames her for the number of stray dogs, which have been attacking other residents in the Maya Mopan area. Reid explains that she fears one day the situation will get out of hand. 

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