Tuesday, May 2, 2017

PROVIDENCE RI - A WOMAN WAS ATTACKED BY HER RED-NOSE PIT BULL AT HER HOME...HER MEAT GRINDER GOT HER ON HER UPPER LEFT ARM, LEFT HAND, UPPER BACK, THIGH, FOOT AND FOREARM

The police said Tuesday that they are investigating an April 29 incident in which a PIT BULL  attacked a woman and her dog in a backyard shared by the woman and the owner of the pit bull, according to Commander Thomas A. Verdi.
Just after 10 a.m., the police were dispatched to 95 Sission St., where they found Lisa Villucci, 43, lying on the ground with a T-shirt wrapped around her upper left arm and dried blood all over her side. A man from an upstairs apartment said he had heard screaming, went to the yard and found Villucci on the ground, covered in blood with a large cut on her arm. He took off his shirt and wrapped her arm.
Another woman who lives in the building, Nicole Stellar, told the police that, when she heard screaming, she went outside and saw Villucci being attacked by her red-nose pit bull, Verdi said. She said she grabbed the dog and took it inside and locked it in a cage, according to Verdi.
Villucci suffered a large cut on her upper left arm and bite wounds to her left hand, upper back, thigh, foot and forearm. She was taken by rescue to Rhode Island Hospital. Her sister took her dog to a vet.
The pit bull is quarantined while the incident is under investigation.

3 comments:

Dayna Hamilton said...

Huh. She must have taught her pibble to attack her... notice the pit did not attack the neighbor when she put it into its kennel?!? I'm just using nutter logic here!

Anonymous said...

I wish there was a way to stand over the pit bull owner and say things like, it's all in how you raise them! Never shown signs of aggression before. Nanny dog! Pit bulls pass temperament tests with flying colors! I would say these things while they're being attacked by their loving pit bull.

I mean, seriously, they want to believe the dumbest things, might as well reinforce them while reality hits them in the face with a ton of bricks.

Anonymous said...

I think this is a badly written article. This was not a case of red nose pibble attacking the owner. Villucci and her dog were attacked by the "red nose pit bull" that was owned by Steller who looked outside when she heard screaming. Steller was able to bring her red nose mauler back in. Villucci went to hospital and her dog to bet. Horrible.