Friday, January 3, 2020

RIESEL, MCLENNAN COUNTY TX - A TENANT WAS SEEKING PERMISSION TO KEEP A PIT BULL AT HER RENTAL ...DURING A MEETING WITH THE LANDLORD IT WENT PIT ATTACKING THE LANDLORD'S DOG THEN TURNING ON ITS OWNER AND THE LANDLORD SHOT IT !!!

A landlord shot and killed a dog Friday when it attacked a tenant who was seeking permission to keep the dog at her rental home in Riesel, police said.
McLennan County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the incident in the 200 block of Ramsey Loop on Friday afternoon, Capt. Chris Eubank said. The landlord had asked to meet a 2-year-old PIT BULL  the tenant was seeking permission to keep at her rental, Eubank said.
During the meeting, the tenant's dog attacked the landlord's dog, then bit the tenant when she tried to intervene, he said. She tried to pry her dog's mouth open and lost about a quarter of an inch from a finger in the process, Eubank said.
During the attack, the landlord shot and killed the pit bull, he said. The landlord's dog did not suffer any serious injuries, he said.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess the answer is no, the tenant cannot keep her pit bull. What a shame! It was her furbaby, emotional service animal, nanny dog, wiggle butt. The landlord's dog started it. The landlord should have shot his own dog to death. It's so not fair! I hope the nutter sues the landlord!

In all seriousness, you cannot make up these over-the-top stories about pit bulls attacking at the worst possible moment. Let me rephrase that. Pit bulls attacking at the exact opportune moment.

Anonymous said...

Now the landlord probably gets sued for killing the dog. I'm not sure she can sue for more than the value of the dog. But does she want to live there? She'll just adopt a new pit bull.