Police Investigating After Poultry Killed by Dogs in Oakland Township

| January 6, 2022

OAKLAND TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police say an investigation is underway after several chickens and turkeys were recently killed by dogs in Oakland Township.

Around 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, Franklin-based State Police were dispatched to a residence on State Route 417, in Oakland Township, Venango County, for a report of a dog law violation.

According to police, upon further investigation, it was found that two Pitbulls from a neighboring property entered a known 58-year-old male victim from Cooperstown’s property and subsequently killed six chickens and three turkeys.

Charges are pending through District Court 28-3-01.


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