Published: 10:00, 31 March 2014 |
Updated: 10:31, 31 March 2014
A man who has been banned from keeping animals for life has allegedly been found with a dog in his flat.
Liam Fackrell of James Street, Gillingham, was arrested and charged with breaching a disqualification imposed after conviction under the animal welfare act 2006.
Police were called to his flat in James Street shortly after midnight on Sunday.
Officers came out in their droves in the early hours of Sunday morning, after a woman rang police for help.
A police spokeswoman said: "The caller reported that two men were fighting in her flat."
On Twitter neighbour Hayley described being escorted back to her home by police as eight police cars and two police vans surrounded the nearby property.
Fackrell has been bailed to appear in court on May 19.
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