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The State

October 23, 1987

A Glassell Park woman whose pit bull dog, Benjamin, mauled an animal control officer last June, leaving her with nerve damage to her hands and a badly scarred breast, was ordered to stand trial on a charge of felony assault with a deadly weapon. But Los Angeles Municipal Judge Candace D. Cooper dismissed two other assault counts against Edlyn Joy Hauser, saying the evidence failed to show that the dog owner intended to harm the victims of an earlier attack by the animal.

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