A dog fight ended with them being Tased in a Vineville Avenue home Thursday night in Macon.
According to a Bibb County Sheriff's Office incident report, Carrie Woronick, a witness to the incident, told a deputy the dogs bit the home's owner Priscilla Kitchens.
Woronick, according to the incident report, said three of them were pitbull mixes, and the other was a Rottweiler. Kitchens was about to take two of the dogs outside when Woronick came back inside with the other two.
The dogs Woronick were bringing in got into a fight with the dogs Kitchens were bringing out, according to the report. Kitchens tried to restrain the dogs, but two of them bit her in the legs and arms. Woronick told the deputy she didn't remember which dogs they individually had.
Macon-Bibb Animal Control, along with another deputy, arrived on scene. The deputies went inside, according to the report, and one pulled out a Taser. When the other deputy opened the back door, two of the dogs were biting another's neck and legs.
One deputy deployed the Taser on two dogs to stop biting the other one, the report stated. Kitchens told deputies the same story while getting treated in an ambulance which transported her to a local hospital.
Animal control officials apprehended the dogs.