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It shall be the duty of any Dog Warden who may find a dog in the act of killing, injuring, worrying, or chasing sheep, or killing or injuring other livestock, to kill such dog forthwith whether such dog bears a tag or not, or any person finding a dog committing any of the depredations mentioned in this section, shall have the right to kill such dog on sight. The Board of Supervisors, the county court, or any other court shall have the power to order the Dog Warden or other officer to kill any dog know to be confirmed poultry killer, and any dog killing fowls for the third time shall be considered a confirmed poultry killer. Any Dog Warden or other person who has reason to believe that any dog is killing livestock or committing any of the depredations mentioned in this section, shall apply to a justice of the peace of the county, who shall issue a warrant requiring the owner or custodian, if known, to appear before the Judge of the County Court at the time and place named therein, at which time evidence shall be heard, and if it shall appear that such a dog is a livestock killer, or has committed any of the depredations mentioned in this section, the dog shall be ordered killed immediately, which the Dog Warden, or other officer designated by the Judge of the County Court to act, shall do.
(Ord. passed 5-10-1962) Penalty, see § 91.99