The attack occurred on February 2, in the 2600 block of Lincoln Park Avenue.
Herrera was walking his pomeranian, named Dodger, when the pit bulls escaped their property and attacked Dodger, killing him.
The father would not consent to testing for drugs or alcohol." [source citations] Louise Hermida, 75-years old, died after being attacked by her own dog.
She was mauled in the basement of her 27th Street home.
The child was transported to Tennova Medical Center where he died from his injuries. Montgomery County Animal Control released a photograph of the two dogs being held in quarantine. Steve Warren said, "Our hearts certainly go out to that family, and to the first responders, it was a tough call for them too." Police opened an investigation into the dog attack.
Both dogs were taken into custody by Montgomery County Animal Control. News footage of the home on Charles Thomas Road, a new subdivision, showed high fencing around the victim's backyard.
The owner of the two pit bulls suspected in the attack, Cameron Tucker, 31, was arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor reckless conduct, and later, one count of felony involuntary manslaughter.
A judge later reduced the charges to misdemeanor manslaughter.
Logan was transferred to Grady Memorial Hospital's trauma unit, where he died.Talburt told police around am he heard some rustling in the living room, where Owsley slept, and heard his dog barking and growling. "He saw his pit bull, Hercules, had his mouth latched onto Owsley's neck.Talburt stated he grabbed the dog and pulled him off, took him into his bedroom, and put him in his kennel," states the Quincy police report. Denton ruled his cause of death was "penetrating and crushing injuries of the neck, due to a dog attack." It is believed Owsley suffered a seizure before the attack.[source citations] Skylar Julius, 2-months old, was killed by the family dog.Animal control impounded a German shepherd that was inside the home.Aerial footage from a news chopper captured the horrific aftermath of the attack, showing clothing and other items strewn across the area of the attack.