Friday, December 28, 2018

INDIAN TRAIL, UNION COUNTY NC - 2 PIT BULLS VICIOUSLY MAULED ONE MAN WHO WAS VISITING AT A HOME, INJURED ANOTHER AND WENT AFTER AN OFFICER WHO SHOT THEM!!!




 - 911 calls from a pit bull attack in Union County on Dec. 28 have been released. The attack at an Indian Trail home injured two men and a Union County Sheriff’s Deputy. All three have since been released from the hospital.
The 911 call is more than 12 minutes long and begins with terrifying screams from one of the victims who is still being attacked by the dogs.  “They are attacking that boy!” said the caller.

Donte Davis, 25, was still being attacked during the 911 call and suffered serious injured to his face and head. The  PIT BULLS  also attacked the 911 caller, who says he was somehow able to get to safety outside.  “They bit me to my bone,” said the caller.
In the 911 call you can hear the caller knocking, in what sounds like an attempt to distract the dogs. It didn't work. Union County Deputies say they arrived within minutes, but the dogs were still attacking Davis inside.

The pits then turned on the deputies, biting one in the arm. Both dogs were shot and killed by deputies.

 http://www.fox46charlotte.com/news/local-news/911-calls-of-vicious-union-county-dog-attack-released?fbclid=IwAR2ZvktpXFKsJFFsmVGBLeiPKLneQJl1XCjgQFYD5BUj4hmMoDOb864wTXY

 - A man has been hospitalized after he was 'viciously attacked' by TWO PIT BULLS  early Thursday morning at a home in Indian Trail, according to the Union County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said the man was visiting a friend's home in the 6600 block of First Avenue in Indian Trail when he was viciously attacked by two pit bulls around 4:15 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 27. 
The homeowner intervened and attempted to stop the attack but was bitten on the arm. The homeowner was able to get outside the house and call 911, deputies said. 
As deputies arrived on scene, they located the injured homeowner outside the house and his friend who was still inside being attacked by the two dogs. 
Deputies said as they entered the home, the two dogs charged toward them. One of the dogs bit a deputy on the arm and another deputy used a Taser to create separation between the dog and the deputy. At that time, the two deputies used deadly force on both dogs to stop the attacks, according to the sheriff's office. 
The two injured men were transported to CMC-Main for treatment. Deputies said the primary victim suffered extensive bites to his face and head while the homeowner suffered a bite to his left arm. The injured deputy was transported to CMC-Monroe where he was treated for a minor bite wound and then released Thursday morning. 
No word on what caused the attacks. This investigation is ongoing and the names of the injured parties have not been released and no charges have been filed. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No word on what caused the attacks? REALLY?

PIT BULL DNA!

What a nice friend! Escape the house to call 911, and leave your friend in there while still being attacked by your shit bulls.

BSL could have prevented this. All of the pit bull tragedies are preventable. Instead, we have to tip-toe around nutters because they get all cray cray when you want to take their fur babies away.