Adrian's Law Passed Unanimously By Common Council

A bill punishing pet owners for leaving their animals outside in extreme weather conditions is passed unanimously by the Syracuse Common Council.   "Adrian's Law" is named for a pit bull found dead outside a home in freezing temperatures earlier this year.   It allows police to fine or arrest anyone for leaving an animal outdoors in severe cold or heat.  Officers also have the choice of taking that animal away.  The council will meet in a few months to review how the new policy is going.


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