DAYTON OH - OFFICERS RESPONDING TO A CALL OF DANGEROUS DOGS RUNNING LOOSE ARRIVED AND WITNESSED A "BRINDLE-COLORED FEMALE DOG" KILLING A CAT - AFTER BEING PLACED IN THEIR 18-YEAR-OLD OWNER'S CAR THE SAME DOG JUMPED OUT AND ATTACKED ANOTHER NEIGHBOR'S DOG
Police said an 18-year-old male is facing a charge after his dogs got loose and attacked a cat and a neighbor's dog Saturday. Carl Alvin Reid showed up in the area of Oak and Perrine streets after police and an animal control officer responded to a dangerous dogs call, according to the Dayton police report.
Authorities located the dogs prior to their owner arriving on scene but they were unable to contain them, according to the report.
Police said while officers were on scene the FEMALE BRINDLE-COLORED DOG ATTACKED AND KILLED A STRAY CAT IN A NEARBY YARD..
When Reid arrived on scene he was able to put the dogs in his vehicle, but while he was interviewed by the officers, the female dog, named "Titanium," jumped out of the vehicle and ran down the street where he attacked a Perrine Street resident's dog.
The dog’s owner yelled at the dog in an unsuccessful effort to get it to stop attacking, and police said the victimized dog suffered a bite that drew blood from its rib cage.
Police said Reid was arrested and booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a misdemeanor failure to control dogs charge. He was not listed as an inmate at the jail Sunday afternoon.