A western Michigan woman says she’s no longer facing a misdemeanor charge after being arrested for failing to renew her dog’s license.
“They frisked me and put me in this intake cell with all these inmates in orange jumpsuits,” Becky Rehr said. “I was pretty nervous.”
The Dog Law has been on the books for 95 years.
Officials in one Michigan county have sent out a small army of enforcers to go door to door to find dogs that don’t have a license.