Dog poi­son­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions ‘archived’

Dogs were poi­soned in Benissa, Mo­raira, Calpe, Teu­lada and Jalón val­ley

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Even so, the se­cu­rity board, chaired by mayor, Abel Cardona, did re­port some progress - the ap­pli­ca­tion of pre­ven­tive mea­sures as from Jan­uary, when a new meet­ing will take place. Cardona re­it­er­ated his con­cern re­gard­ing the set­back, re­quest­ing 'greater trust' when be­ing pro­vided with in­for­ma­tion from the in­ves­ti­ga­tion and said he was aware 'of the need to not com­pro­mise con­fi­den­tial­ity of the com­pli­cated cases yet to be clar­i­fied.'

The events which oc­curred in 2012 and 2017, has not only af­fected Benissa but also other neigh­bour­ing towns, such as Teu­lada, Calpe, Mo­raira and the Jalón Val­ley.

The Va­len­cian se­cu­rity agency, the lo­cal and pro­vin­cial Guardia Civil, lo­cal po­lice and civil pro­tec­tion, as well as the spokesper­sons of the lo­cal po­lit­i­cal forces also par­tic­i­pated in the meet­ing.

“The Guardia Civil, the na­tional po­lice, lo­cal po­lice and the pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment it­self will try to make ev­ery ef­fort to pre­vent th­ese sit­u­a­tions and clar­ify who may be be­hind them” said Cuadros. “The first step is the Jan­uary meet­ing where more con­crete mea­sures of pre­ven­tion will be es­tab­lished and the Guardia Civil will be step­ping up their in­ves­ti­ga­tion”.

What hap­pens be­tween now and Jan­uary with re­gard to poi­son is now clearly of to­tal con­cern to pet own­ers.

Dogs and own­ers held a protest in Benissa ear­lier this year

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