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Former roommates are in a South Carolina lawsuit over ownership of Reagan, a Goldendoodle dog and the former mascot of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Winthrop University. The original owner filed suit saying he left the dog with a friend while traveling and that he now wants the dog back. The friend has denied the request in the lawsuit and has asked for a jury trial. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Former roommates are in a South Carolina lawsuit over ownership of Reagan, a Goldendoodle dog and the former mascot of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Winthrop University. The original owner filed suit saying he left the dog with a friend while traveling and that he now wants the dog back. The friend has denied the request in the lawsuit and has asked for a jury trial. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

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