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Animal control: A job with few protections

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Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 12:00 am

Animal control officers face growling dogs, angry cats and rabid wildlife in a normal week. But these officers say the more dangerous part of their job is dealing with the humans forced to give up their pets.

Officer Roy Curtis Marcum was shot to death on Wednesday while checking on the home of an evicted pet owner in Galt.

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