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Longview woman jailed over dangerous pit bull

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LONGVIEW -- Two weeks in jail haven't compelled a Longview woman to turn over the pit bull that bit a young boy.
A Cowlitz County Superior Court judge found Kimberly Marie Vasquez in contempt of court Nov. 12 for hiding the dog that tore a chunk out of the 5-year-old's leg. The judge ordered Vasquez to jail until she surrendered the dog, named Lexi.
The Daily News reports Lexi has been declared dangerous and must be euthanized.

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