When the dangerous dog appeal board last met in 2007, 87-year-old Dorothy Murray, left, explained how she was approached by two Rottweilers in her neighborhood as Raleigh Police Attorney Dawn S. Bryant, right, takes notes. The three-person board determined that the dogs are dangerous.
When the dangerous dog appeal board last met in 2007, 87-year-old Dorothy Murray, left, explained how she was approached by two Rottweilers in her neighborhood as Raleigh Police Attorney Dawn S. Bryant, right, takes notes. The three-person board determined that the dogs are dangerous. jleonard@newsobserver.com
When the dangerous dog appeal board last met in 2007, 87-year-old Dorothy Murray, left, explained how she was approached by two Rottweilers in her neighborhood as Raleigh Police Attorney Dawn S. Bryant, right, takes notes. The three-person board determined that the dogs are dangerous. jleonard@newsobserver.com

Raleigh’s dangerous dog board hasn’t met since 2007

March 17, 2014 03:43 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 10:42 AM

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