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  • Nephew shares memories of David Fear, who died in Grover Beach dog attack

    Corey Smaw remembers his uncle, David Fear, as "the nicest guy ever." Fear died Dec. 16, 2016, three days after he aided a woman who was being attacked by two dogs in Grover Beach. The dogs, owned by a Grover Beach police officer, turned on Fear as he tried to help the woman, family members said.

Corey Smaw remembers his uncle, David Fear, as "the nicest guy ever." Fear died Dec. 16, 2016, three days after he aided a woman who was being attacked by two dogs in Grover Beach. The dogs, owned by a Grover Beach police officer, turned on Fear as he tried to help the woman, family members said. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Corey Smaw remembers his uncle, David Fear, as "the nicest guy ever." Fear died Dec. 16, 2016, three days after he aided a woman who was being attacked by two dogs in Grover Beach. The dogs, owned by a Grover Beach police officer, turned on Fear as he tried to help the woman, family members said. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Grover police withhold owner’s name in fatal dog attack, as victims’ families seek answers

December 20, 2016 09:11 PM

UPDATED December 20, 2016 09:45 PM