Dog warden suspended
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - For the second time in less than two years, the state dog law enforcement warden for Franklin County has been suspended.
Denny Burns of Chambersburg was suspended without pay on Jan. 30, according to Chris Herr, deputy secretary of agriculture for regulatory programs. He said Thursday he could not discuss what complaint prompted the suspension.
"During this suspension, you are ordered to have no contact with any individuals or facilities under the licensure of the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement," according to a copy of the order Herr read from his office in Harrisburg, Pa. He said that included kennels, animal shelters and humane societies.