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Puppy taken from Gorleston man

A Gorleston man charged with causing unnecessary suffering to an animal has been forbidden from owning the injured puppy.

Robert Loombe, 46, of New College Close in Gorleston appeared before Magistrates yesterday (Wednesday 11 October 2017) after police investigated reports of a male dragging a puppy along Magdalen Way earlier in the week.

Loombe was ordered to pay a £300 fine and was given a deprivation order in relation to the puppy.

He was also charged with public order offences and being in possession of cannabis but no separate penalty was issued for these.

 

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12/10/2017 I 10.45 - Man charged over puppy suffering

Police have charged a man in connection with causing unnecessary suffering to an animal.

Robert Loombe, 46, of New College Close in Gorleston was charged after police investigated reports of a male dragging a puppy along Magdalen Way yesterday Tuesday 10 October 2017.

He was also charged with a public order offence and being in possession of cannabis.

Loombe was remanded into custody and is due to appear at Norwich Magistrates Court this morning (Wednesday 11 October 2017).