Man Charged with Animal Cruelty After Police Dog Attacked in Wolverhampton

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Man Charged with Animal Cruelty After Police Dog Attacked in Wolverhampton

Lee Potts, a 39-year-old man, faces charges of animal cruelty, public order offences, and having a dog dangerously out of control. The charges stem from a series of arson attacks that occurred in Wolverhampton on Friday morning.

Incident Details:

At approximately 3.30am authorities were alerted to a small fire at the Horse and Jockey pub on Church Street, Bilston. Shortly afterwards, several vehicles were either set ablaze or damaged by fire along Union Street, Bell Street, and Greencroft.

Officers located a suspect in a park off Millfield Road. The suspect was accompanied by a dog. During the incident, one of our police dogs, PD Snow, was attacked but fortunately not injured.

Legal Proceedings:

Lee Potts is scheduled to appear before city magistrates today.

The charges against him.

Appeal for Information:

Authorities continue their investigations into the fires. Anyone with relevant information is urged to come forward and assist in the case. Please quote log number 350 of June 7 when providing information.

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