Wednesday, December 9, 2015

CUMBERLAND COUNTY NC - DEPUTIES HAD JUST SERVED A SUBPOENA ON A MAN WHO WAS HOLDING A SMALL DOG IN HIS YARD - AS THEY WERE LEAVING THEY SAW THE MAN'S "BULLDOG" SUDDENLY AND SAVAGELY ATTACK HIM




On Tuesday evening, December 08, 2015, Cumberland County Deputies were dispatched to 309 Andrews Road to serve a subpoena on Carl Glindeman. The deputies made contact with Glindeman in the front yard of the residence. Glindeman was carrying a small dog at the time. Glindeman was served with his subpoena and told when to be in court.
When the deputies were exiting the driveway they observed Glindman’s larger dog, a  BULLDOG, suddenly and savagely attack  Glindeman, as Glindeman walked across the carport of the residence. The deputies exited their cars and ran to assist Glindeman.
The deputies struck the bulldog several times, but these blows appeared to have no effect on the dog. During this altercation deputies could not shoot the dog for fear of shooting the owner. The deputies began kicking the dog to get it to release the bite it had on Glindeman’s leg. The dog released its bite and the deputies began to triage Glindeman’s leg.
Immediately, the bulldog began to attack the smaller dog that Glindeman had been holding. Glindeman asked the deputies to shoot the aggressive dog to stop that attack and prevent another attack on him.
One of the deputies fired his weapon, killing the bulldog. Glindeman was then transported to a medical facility for treatment of his wounded leg.



5 comments:

Sweetie Pie said...

"Bulldog" -- the real, true, original (and still current) name for all of the gripping mauler types. Thank you Sheriff Butler for sparing us the ol' boring breed-name-game by calling it what it is.

Sweetie Pie said...

P.S. Thank you too for shooting to kill.

Anonymous said...

Bulldog? Really? The short, stout, squat, bulldog?

I think my bull detector is going off.

Sweetie Pie said...

A different article said it was an American Bulldog -- you know, the mastiff - pit bull mix that was originally called the American Pit Bulldog.

But like I said, "bulldog" is the generic name for all these fighting bulldog types, mixes and derivatives. The Winston Churchill version is so rare and so handicapped that you don't need to think of that one when someone says a bulldog committed a vicious, sustained, maiming, near-fatal or fatal attack.

Sweetie Pie said...

P.S. Here's the link to that other story, where they did name the type of fighting bulldog:

http://abc11.com/news/fayetteville-man-needs-surgery-after-dog-attack/1116178/