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Topic - Devon Wood
One condo manager in Massachusetts isn't messing around, turning to a top-tech, crime-fighting tool — DNA — to bust out pet owners who refuse to pick up their doggies' doo.
Managers with the Massachusetts condominium community, Devon Wood, said they received so many complaints from residents about unpicked-up poop they stepped in that they had to take the harsh measures — which is basically scooping up the doggy deposits and sending it to a lab for DNA testing that can identify the breed and, ultimately, the owner.