Postal worker bit by dog

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A Dayton dog owner was issued a citation after a postal worker was bit by a dog on his mail delivery route.

The victim told police he was delivering mail in the 600 block of Huffman Avenue around 11 a.m. Friday when a large pit bull came running through  the front screen door of a home and charged at him. The dog bit his right calf.

The postal worker went to urgent care for treatment.

The owner told police his dog did not have its shots and did not have proper tags. Officers issued the owner a quarantine order.

The owner was also issued a minor misdemeanor citation for failure to license his dog.

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