Monday, June 26, 2017

VANCLEAVE MS - 3 PIT BULLS BROKE OUT OF A FENCE AND ATTACKED A MAN JOGGING...THEN THE PITS BEGAN FIGHTING EACH OTHER AND HE ESCAPED FURTHER MAULING!

Justin McMillian said he was attacked by three dogs while on his morning jog in Vancleave Monday. (Photo source: Justin McMillian)


















































































VANCLEAVE, MS (WLOX) -

UPDATE: Wade Sistrunk has been identified as the owner of the 3 pit bulls that attacked a jogger Monday morning.  He is being charged with three counts of misdemeanor violation of county leash laws.
Sistruck also had a warrant in Biloxi for possession of paraphernalia.
JACKSON COUNTY (WKRG)  —  Charges are pending against the owner of three pit bulls that attacked a man.
The incident happened around 6:00 Monday morning while a man was jogging on 10517 Paige Bayou Road.
The man said the dogs charged at him and attacked him.
According to Sheriff Ezell, the neighbor came outside, saw the attack and called 911.  The neighbor told authorities, when the dog saw the neighbor they began fighting each other.
The man went to Ocean Springs hospital for medical care.
http://wkrg.com/2017/06/26/update-owner-of-pit-bulls-identified/

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VANCLEAVE, MS (WLOX) -
Justin McMillian was on his morning jog near Paige Bayou Road in Vancleave when things took a sudden, violent turn. Officials say three pit bulls broke out of the fence where they were being kept and attacked him.
McMillian said he was bitten on his arm and leg before the dogs started fighting with each other. That allowed him the opportunity to escape.
Animal control was able to capture all three dogs, however, it wasn't immediately clear who owns the animals. Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell said the owner was charged with misdemeanor leash law violations.

Sheriff Mike Ezell stated in an emailed press release, animal control officers caught all three dogs and took them to the county animal shelter. When the owner of the dogs is identified he will be charged with misdemeanor leash law violation. 

(Photo source: Justin McMillian)



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Only pit bulls do this. The most misunderstood, loyal, loving nanny dogs. This guy is lucky the pit bulls redirected to each other, usually it's the other way around.