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Pittsville woman whose dogs attacked deputy pleads not guilty to resisting an officer; attorney says she'll file claim

6:06 PM, Oct. 14, 2013
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The attorney for a 48-year-old Pittsville woman whose dogs attacked a deputy told a judge Monday his client intends to file a claim against the deputy and the Wood County Sheriff's Department.

The deputy shot both pit bulls, and one of the dogs later was destroyed, authorities say.

Cora M. Fuller pleaded not guilty Monday to the misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer. Wood County Circuit Judge Todd Wolf scheduled Fuller's next appearance for Nov. 15. ...

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