According to police, each of the animals live in the area of Applegate and Graham Streets. They say if your dog or cat is experiencing any signs of poisoning, like convulsions or seizures, you should contact the police.
Police said, “Know that we take this very seriously and will make every effort possible to identify the person or persons responsible and hold them accountable for their crimes.”
If you live in the area of those previously mentioned streets and think you’ve seen any suspicious behavior you’re asked to call (541)-899-7100.
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