A District Court Magistrate or a Judge of the District Court shall issue a summons to show cause why a dog should not be killed, upon a sworn complaint that any of the following exist:
(a) A dog, licensed or unlicensed has destroyed property or habitually caused damage by trespassing on the property of a person who is not the owner;
(b) A dog, licensed or unlicensed, has attacked or bitten a person;
(c) A dog has shown vicious habits or has molested a person when lawfully on a public right-of-way or in a public place;
(d) A dog, licensed or unlicensed, has run at large contrary to City ordinance.
(Ord. 3040, passed 7-27-1987)