6/25/15 – 11:45 A.M.
Hancock County is down to one person with a registered wild animal. The Hancock County EMA’s annual update to the Dangerous Wild Animal Response Plan says a former Arlington resident who owned eight monkeys has moved out of state. That leaves a bobcat registered to a Findlay woman who lives on Township Road 96 as the only dangerous wild animal still registered in the county.
All Ohio counties are required to keep a registry of wild animals kept as pets. The law was created after a 2011 incident in southeastern Ohio that saw several animals escape a wild animal preserve.Read More →