Wednesday, March 26, 2014

HOUMA LA - A ???FAMILY'S??? PIT BULL HAS KILLED A 4-YEAR-OLD GIRL INSIDE AN APARTMENT

Niko, 130 lb. pit bull that mauled, killed 4-year-old

Megan Touchet, mother and Mia Derouen (Source: Chris DeRouen, child's father)

Birthday: Mia was due to turn five next week

BMT Kennels' XL pit bull Niko stud dog kills child





MY PERSONAL COMMENT TO THIS CHILD'S DEATH:  Once again I find a mother's facebook page with a picture of this child on just about every day that she lived......A loving mother and a happy child. This appears to be a pattern lately....AND THEN....THERE'S MONSTERS LIVING WITH THIS CHILD. HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? 

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MIA DEROUEN, 4, was mauled to death by a pit bull that officers categorized as "a monster," inside the family's home around 7pm Tuesday at an apartment complex. . The child had suffered facial and head injuries in the attack by the 130 pound dog. Mia and her mother, Megan Touchet, 27, were watching television when the dog attacked the little girl. The mother  called for help and locked herself and her daughter in a room, handing the child out of the window to officers.
"The mother was able to barricade herself inside this bedroom," said Houma Police Chief Todd Duplantis. "Medical personnel arrived also, and the mother was able to hand the four year old child through the bedroom window."
Duplantis described the scene as "horrific" and said counseling was being offered to the officers who were on the scene.
Touchet was injured and taken to a hospital with moderate injuries but has since been released.
The dog, named Niko, was shot three times by officers, who then attempted to enter the apartment, according to Duplantis. "The dog was shot initially inside the residence," he said. "When the officers entered the residence to survey the situation, the dog attacked the officers."
Duplantis said that when officers tried to get inside, the dog charged them and was shot an additional 10 times, before he died.

Since the pit bull "was running loose inside the apartment acting in a very vicious manner," Duplantis said, officers used lethal force by shooting the dog to eliminate the threat of additional injuries.
But little Mia was severely bitten on the head and torso, and died at the hospital.
"It's a traumatic event," said Terrebonne Parish President Michel Claudet."  
Claudet said the dog was one of two family pets.  "They had two pit bulls, and one was over 100 pounds." The larger dog was the one that attacked four-year-old Derouen. A second pit bull found in the apartment, an uninjured six month old female that apparently was not part of the situation, is now at the animal shelter.
"Unfortunately, that's what happened and it's such a horrific event," Claudet said.
Mia would have celebrated her fifth birthday next week.
Now Houma police say their investigation into her death continues. "There are some questions and rumors about the dog possibly being trained to fight, and what have you," said Duplantis. "The detectives have been investigating this. However, I am here to report there have been no signs of abuse."
But Chief Duplantis says police and the Terrebonne District Attorney have a number of questions that still need to be answered.

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2014 -  11  U.S. DOG BITE FATALITIES

PIT BULLS - 6
PIT BULL MIX - 1
BULLMASTIFF - 2
ROTTWEILER - 1
2 MIXED BREEDS ???: SHEPHERD MIX? AND LAB MIX? -  1 

1.  1- 5  - CHRISTINA BURLESON BELL- 43 - HOUSTON TX - 3 LOOSE PIT BULLS

2.  1-17 - KARA ELIZABETH HARTRICH - 4 -  BLOOMINGTON IL -  FAMILY'S 3 PIT BULLS

3.  1-26 - ANNABELL MARTIN - 89 - CORONA CA - GRANDSON'S 3 ROTTWEILERS

4.  2- 7  - KLONDA S. RICHEY - 57- DAYTON OH -  NEIGHBOR'S 2 PIT BULL MIXES 

5.  2-17  - JE'VAEH MAYES - 2 - TEMPLE TX - PIT BULL HER PARENTS WERE WATCHING
               (OR MORE LIKE BREEDING !!!!!)

6.  2-24  -  BRAELYNN RAYNE COULTER - 3 - HIGHPOINT NC - FAMILY'S PIT BULL

7.  2-26  -  SUMMER SEARS - 4 - TALLASSEE AL -  2 LOOSE  "MIXED BREED" DOGS

8.  2 -28 -   KENNETH SANTILLAN - 13 - PATERSON NJ - LOOSE BULLMASTIFF

9.  3 - 1  -  RAYMANE CAMARI ROBINSON - 2 - KILLEEN TX - LOOSE BULLMASTIFF

10.  3-14  -  NANCY NEWBERRY, 77, PHOENIX AZ - FAMILY/DAUGHTER'S PIT BULL

11.  3-25  -  MIA DEROUEN - 4 - HOUMA LA - MOTHER'S XXL PIT BREEDER/BOYFRIEND'S MONSTER PIT



NON-BITE FATALITY


1-7  - CARLOS ELIGIO TREVINO, 54 -  IDAHO FALLS ID - After breaking up a fight among his 7 pits, he complained of being tired and died a few minutes later.

12 comments:

anon said...

What a truly monstrous beast. It has to be mixed with some sort of mastiff. RIP little girl...

Anonymous said...

When parents decide they HAVE to have a dog that looks impressive and dangerous, the risk they take is the dog WILL BE impressively dangerous.

Anonymous said...

Grotesque.

RSM said...

RIP sweet baby girl, I am so sad you suffered for your parents lack of common sense.

Nope, anon, its not a mixed breed, its pure bred, registered and all (no one can deny this is a "papered" pit!").
What you are looking at is a true horror- pits intentionally bred to be huge, they call them "XL". There are also "XXL", which is a nightmare, IMO. Because if people cannot control a #40 pit, better to have one that is 130#?

This dog was shot 3 times, and STILL attacked officers. It took 10 MORE bullets to kill it. Can you imagine? And I am also 100% certain that natters that heard this were proud it took so many bullets! I am sure the breeder was impressed, and will probably use it to sell more of these nightmares walking.

This is a beast with the strength of several men, the jaws of a shark, and the size of a small adult. What could go wrong?

I am curious how the parents were related to the breeders. This dog was a "stud" dog, they were actively advertising him. So, did the family own him, was he visiting? It appears to be there personal dog, but its hard to tell. I am curious because I know its an extra danger to have such a beast visiting.

Anonymous said...

I was wondering since when a pit bull was 130 pounds! Why would anyone have such a thing in their house? There shouldn't even be pit bulls that big, but since they obviously exist they need to be chained up in the woods. CHAINED UP, there is NO other way. I don't care about the poor pibble people who say that is mean, that is how a monster like that has to be handled. It has to be chained and it has to learn to obey humans. It doesn't need to be around a woman and a little child, EVER!

RIP to this adorable little girl. It is obvious her mother loved her... why was this horrible dog let near them? Why?

BTW, I don't even think that monster should have been around the young pit bull female. He could have turned dead game on her and killed her in two minutes. I know she is only six months old, but she looks like she is shaping up to be a normal sized pit. I would rather he have killed her (the dog) than the little girl, but I'm just saving... that creature shouldn't have been around most people or animals.

Dayna Hamilton said...

Horrific. That pit IS a monster. And RSM, you are so right, that breeder will use this info to promote his disgusting line of shit bulls.

Anonymous said...

How can anyone look at an animal like that, and not have their heart stop in fear? Let alone think of bringing something like that home to frolic with your defenseless children?

The way our laws are, it's fine to live with pit bulls that take 13 bullets to stop. It happens all over America, and the world. The only way to stop these beasts is with bullets.

The sane way to handle pit bulls is to have BSL. To stop parents brainwashed into believing that pit bulls are nanny dogs from making this mistake EVER AGAIN!

Instead, we have pit bull breeders coming up with bigger, badder, more relentless killing machines. Why would any family need a pet like that? Might as well have a landmine in your home.

Decatur AL livin nt to 4 pits said...

About 3 months ago I went out one Sunday afternoon with the intent to look at houses for sale in other subdivisions. I picked out an open house about 5 miles away and drove to it and as I was driving down that street there was a man in his yard with a pit bull that looked like this one that killed Mia. Maybe not quite as large but ears clipped and very muscled. It was not on a leash. It was loose near the man in an unfenced front yard. I never got out of the car. I drove away from there. On another day I was driving near the downtown section of Decatur looking for a doctor's office and a young man was walking a pit bull that was bigger than he was. It was on a leash but if it had decided to go "PIT" nobody could have held it down. Another day I was checking out a playground for my granddaughter that I had heard was really nice near the high school. I pulled up and parked to check it out and the first thing I saw was a woman walking a pit bull mix. It was pulling at its leash and the metal fence around the playground is about 4 feet tall. The next week I decided to take my granddaughter there anyway. We had been there only a few minutes when a small woman and a 5 yr old boy came walking up with their large pit mix. The woman sat on a bench right outside the gate of the playground. The boy did not play very long and when they left, the boy was allowed to hold the large dog's leash as they walked away.I had to drive to the west of Decatur a few days ago to a more rural area but still in city limits. I came to a stop sign and was looking up and down the road about to pull out onto a more traveled road and suddenly I was looking 2 huge serpent eyed pits right in the face. They were chained up with huge chains down near the road evidently "guarding" a junked up yard and house that made me do a double take and then another double take as I sped away from there. Our neighborhood rental house has rented once more. This house's backyard overlooks our backyard from another street. The last 2 renters both were breeding pits. So now that house is being rented by a family with 2 large dogs as big as a small horse and as tall as a great dane but strangely in the face it looks like this monster that killed Mia - like a black-mouth Cur sort of right in the face. There is no fence at that rental house and these large dogs sit behind a glass storm door looking out and sometimes they get tied up to a tree with a leash in the front yard. I can walk 2 blocks away to mansions in this subdivision - upwards of #300,000 to $500,000 easily, but right now I can look out my bedroom window and face a sign in our nutter neighbor's window that says: "WARNING - TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT DEAD - IF THERE ARE SURVIVORS THEY WILL BE SHOT AGAIN UNTIL THEY ARE DEAD" This sign has been covered up by dead bushes but the wind has blown away some of the debris and there is the sign inside this side bedroom window. It's like a mini slum area in plain sight of this modern nice neighborhood. In my past life I vaguely remember something about Southern Hospitality and Friendliness and neighbors caring and watching out for other neighbors. I THINK I'VE DIED AND GONE TO HELL. THE WORLD HAS GONE COMPLETELY NUTS!!!

Anonymous said...

Well, it turns out this attack was in an apartment. That monster... in an apartment?

anon said...

Hoo boy, am I glad the landlord outright bans certain breeds.

So, RSM, this is one of those gladiator pit bulls I've heard about. I know pits can get to about 100 pounds. So anything over that is gladiator/XL? ....That's horrifying.

There's a resident pit bull at the "Bermuda triangle" not too far from my apartment. I call it that because bad things have happened down there. It belongs to someone from a tattoo shop and it has to be at least 100 pounds. It's quite possible I've established myself as "that paranoid chick who looks at him like he'll attack one day." He is friendly from what I've glimpsed beyond the window, but that could change.

Anonymous said...

Decatur AL, I am sorry your town has 'gone to the pits'. The dogs are so ugly, it's amazing to me that so many want them. Even if they were the jolly pibbles described so often by their besotted owners... they're hideous creatures. Are people just trying to prove their ability to lurve or all they all secret dog fighters? I don't know which is more horrifying.

As far as the super sized monsters... I don't know what they're doing with them, but it's nothing good. This one, given more time, would have gotten to the mother and little girl and killed them both (I know the girl died later), then he would have gotten out of that apartment. Much smaller dogs have chewed through doors.

The 'dog fighters of olde' (a.k.a. the 1970s) were content fighting 30-40 pound dogs. This was because they could control these dogs (the men could anyway). I do not think a man can really control the same dog supersized up. The minute the dog decides not to obey the man it's over. And what do you use as a break stick? A tire iron? It's insane.

I think of this baby just watching TV with her mother... I hope the dog more or less knocked her out so she didn't know what happened... But, her mother going back to that apartment... it will have blood everywhere. If the landlord hasn't kicked her out for harboring that creature.

Decatur AL livin nt to 4 pits said...

To Anonymous March 28 - "Even if they were the jolly pibbles described so often by their besotted owners....they're hideous creatures." BESOTTED is an interesting word I've never used so I googled it: Completely in love with someone and always thinking of them; stupefied with drink; intoxicated; infatuated; doting; foolish; muddled.....are some of the meanings. Yep, that's one way to describe a lot of nutters!