Fish Hooks Discovered In Meat At Volusia County Dog Park, Police Say

By  //  November 8, 2017

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A warning has been issued to any dog owners who take their pets to Bicentennial Park in Ormond Beach. (Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Image)

VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA (WFTV) – A warning has been issued to any dog owners who take their pets to Bicentennial Park in Ormond Beach.

At least seven fish hooks were found placed in meat at the dog park Tuesday, deputies said.

A dog ate one of the meatballs, but Channel 9’s Mike Springer was told the dog did not ingest a hook.

A deputy searched the park along the east fence line and found a meatball in the grass, investigators said.

The deputy said the meat was cold and sweating like it had been frozen and was beginning to thaw.

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