Lisa Shirk, of Bellefonte, holds a sign on South Allegheny Street on Monday, calling for justice for Totti, the Department of Corrections drug detection dog who died after being locked in a squad car for more than two hours.
Lisa Shirk, of Bellefonte, holds a sign on South Allegheny Street on Monday, calling for justice for Totti, the Department of Corrections drug detection dog who died after being locked in a squad car for more than two hours. Nick Thomas nthomas@centredaily.com
Lisa Shirk, of Bellefonte, holds a sign on South Allegheny Street on Monday, calling for justice for Totti, the Department of Corrections drug detection dog who died after being locked in a squad car for more than two hours. Nick Thomas nthomas@centredaily.com

Protesters call for ‘Justice for Totti’ after dog’s death

July 18, 2016 08:40 PM

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