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how to install crack apps on ipad 2 Glenn Slaughter was injured when a St. Paul police K-9 broke loose and bit him Friday, July 6. Police were looking for a man with a gun, but the police department says Slaughter was not involved in that case and was accidentally bit. (Courtesy of Anne Shomshor)

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