Marseilles, IL – Police Crack Down on Loose Dogs

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Marseilles, IL – In response to a significant increase in dogs running at large, the Marseilles Police Department has announced a new enforcement policy. 

According to the department’s recent statement, they will now issue tickets to owners of unattended dogs found roaming the streets. The fines for such offenses have been set at $300. However, the police department has also indicated a willingness to show leniency under certain conditions. 

If the loose dog carries identification tags with the owner’s name and phone number, and if the owner promptly retrieves their pet, the department may consider these factors in their response. This measure aims to ensure public safety and promote responsible pet ownership in the community.

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