From left to right are Sharon Ivey, Kristen Lark, Mary DiAngelis, all of Gloucester, Lisa Casavant of Andover and Deb Sullivan of Dracut were demonstrating in front of Gloucester District Court and the police station on Tuesday before and during a hearing for John "Jack" Dugan, who stands accused of gutting his pet pitbull, Xena.
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Update: No crime complaint against Bell
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