Wyle pleaded guilty to the charge at court and received a community order with a rehabilitation requirement.
One of the two dogs seized was swiftly identified as being responsible for causing injury to three separate victims whilst being dangerously out of control. That dog has since been humanely euthanised.
The second dog seized remains in kennels at this time pending further discussions with the owner.
Update 2.10pm, 30 October
We have charged Amanda Wyle, 42, of St Giles Avenue, Sleaford, with being in charge of dog dangerously out of control causing injury.
She was charged last night in relation to the three injuries reported.
Wyle was remanded into custody, and is due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court today (30 October).
Our investigations are ongoing, and we will provide further updates when they are available.
We received reports of two large dogs out of control near Bristol Arcade in Sleaford at 5.51am on Sunday (29 October).
When officers arrived, one dog ran off and another was safely secured. Both dogs have been taken into kennels pending investigations.
Three people reportedly suffered injuries. One has since been taken to hospital for treatment.
A local woman in her 40s was arrested on suspicion of being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control causing injury. She remains in police custody.
Neighbourhood Response Inspector Paul Sands said: “We would like to reassure the local community that incidents of this nature in Sleaford are extremely rare. We would also like to thank the members of the public for their help in promptly bringing the incident to a close.
“Investigations are at an early stage, and we would encourage people to get in touch if they have witnessed the incident.”
We continue to appeal for witnesses and any other information in connection with the incident. If you have captured dashcam or “Go Ride” footage, please get in touch by contacting Inspector Paul Sands at [email protected] quoting incident 122 of 29 October.