It remains to be seen whether charges are filed in a dog attack injuring Winnebago’s K9 officer.
Tripleanews.com has learned that Police Chief Eric Olson recently contacted the Faribault County Sheriff’s Department.
“The investigation is complete and David Frundt has everything,” Chief Deputy Scott Adams tells Tripleanews.com on Thursday.
Frundt, who serves as the city’s attorney, on Wednesday said he was not aware if Olson had contacted county authorities.
“I have not looked at the case at all as to what charges, if any were possible, as I was not asked to do so,” says Frundt.
Adams would not speculate who might be charged or what type of charge they could be facing.
During a special meeting on April 24, the City Council voted to euthanize Scott and Katie Reisenbigler’s pitbull mixture after declaring it to be dangerous
According to an incident report, on April 11 around 7:30 p.m., Olson was walking his dog Jack when Reisenbigler’s dog broke loose from its handler.
Olson was treated for an injury to his left arm, while Jack was taken to a Mapleton veterinarian and received treatment costing $400.