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A photo of a happy adopted dog was all the evidence the police needed

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Law enforcement

When the local Waterford Township, Michigan Police Department arrived, Dan was shocked. They’d been tipped off that Dan had broken the law.

A news segment had been recorded. A significant number of people have seen the photo on social media and television, resulting in a report. Since 1990, Waterford Township has had a rule prohibiting pit bulls there. In fact, the cops said Diggy was a pit bull.

The choice

Dan was forced to make a tough decision. Pit bulls are illegal owing to their ferociousness and aggressiveness, according to the legislation. When the cops sighted Diggy, they were taken aback. With great excitement and pleasure, the dog greeted them. This was certainly not something they had anticipated from a pit bull. Dan, on the other hand, had to make a decision. He had to choose between digging in or accepting all possible repercussions.

Dan refused to give Diggy over to the cops. The cops set a deadline for Dan. This gave Dan time to consider things. On the day of the deadline, still unwilling to give Digg over, Dan was arrested by police. The inquiry was answered with a subpoena. The shocked owner reached out to Kristina Rinaldi of Detroit Dog Rescue.

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