Stevenage woman in court on dog biting charge on councillor

The case was heard on Wednesday

The case was heard on Wednesday - Credit: Getty Images/Creatas RF

The owner of a dog has appeared in court after her pet allegedly bit a Stevenage councillor.

Jacqueline Minett, 56, of Ferrier Road in Stevenage, appeared at the town’s magistrates court yesterday charged with having her dog, a black and white collie, dangerously out of control.

It is alleged during the incident on May 21 that the dog bit Councillor Robin Parker, who represents the Manor ward on Stevenage Borough Council.

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