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Pit bull owner arraigned following attack on girl

CHULA VISTA, Calif. – A woman faced a judge in a Chula Vista courtroom Thursday two days after her pit bull allegedly mauled a 4-year-old girl.

Brittany Morgan Gardiner, 22, was arraigned on one count of having a dangerous dog that caused great bodily injury. It’s a felony charge with a maximum sentence of three years.

Investigators said Hailey Nunez suffered serious injuries to her face and upper body after the dog she was trying to pet attacked her. The child was taken from the Laurel Avenue apartment complex in National City to Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego where she underwent surgery, her mother said.

“We are so sorry for what happened to poor Haley,” said Sarah Gardiner, defendant’s cousin. “She knew the dog and she pet the dog more than once and it’s a shock to all of us.”

“We understand the emotional scarring this child is going to have to endure for the rest of her life,” said Maria Gardiner, defendant’s mother. “But my daughter as well is going to have to endure. She has to face the family and the child for something that her dog did, that she’s going to be punished for.”

Deputy District Attorney Mary Loeb Gardiner might be a flight risk and asked for her bail to remain at $25,000.

“After this attack happened,” said Loeb. “This four year old girl is sitting there with her face torn up, bleeding everywhere and the defendant grabbed her dog, went to her apartment gathered her belongings and went to her car. When the cops got there she was trying to drive away. They stopped her from doing so, but when they did, she admitted that she was headed to Tijuana.”

The judge said she will consider a supervised release during a bail review next Monday.

“She’s a 22-year-old kid who is trying to get her life in order and has never been in trouble with the law,” said Maria Gardiner. “She completely panicked under pressure. Anybody who knows her or has been in contact with my daughter, knows that she has a big heart.”

Gardiner’s family members said they have talked to the victim’s family and sent their “deepest concerns.”

The Two types of pit bull advocates and pit bull owners – typical pit bull owners

there are two typical owners: low class, minimal education, no money, power or career and they buy these kinds of dogs to be “tough’ … i have nicknamed tough guys/girls … the owner of the pit in the posted question is a low class tough girl … the other group is bleeding hearts, they feel “oh, the poor misunderstood breed” (when then don’t understand the breed at all) buy a pit and are not in any way suitable to handle a ‘weapon’ like this …

0.0005% may be humans who POSSIBLY could control these dogs …

and 0.0005% is not enough to keep these weapons around, eradicate now please …

Two typical pit bull owners / pit bull nutters face dog-fighting charges

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. —

Two teens were arrested for dog fighting and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after they allegedly enticed a pit bull to fight another, deputies said.

Around 1 p.m. Saturday, Dona Ana County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 5900 block of Las Alturas Drive after receiving a call about two pit bulls fighting in a yard.

Christian Cipriano and Fabien Rivera, both 18, were arrested after deputies learned that they took their friend’s brown pit bull, named Haze, to fight a neighborhood pit bull.

A white and tan pit bull was tied up in a yard when the teens allegedly set Haze free to crawl under a fence to fight the dog.

Neighbors told deputies that the teens were seen with another juvenile male, and all three of them were enticing Haze to fight the dog.

The white and tan pit bull suffered more than 25 wounds in the attack. The Sheriff’s Office staff veterinarian is currently treating it, and the dog will be released back to his owner.

Deputies said Haze belongs to Joel Ramirez, who is friends with Cipriano and Rivera. Ramirez was reportedly at work during the incident, but told deputies that he was not upset about the incident.

Haze is currently in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office.

Cipriano and Rivera were booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center with bail set at $5,000 each.

According to deputies, this case is still an open investigation and additional charges are pending

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Unleashed Pit Bull Attacks Dog, Injures Woman, in Mamaroneck

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We hate these stories because it often leaves other pit bulls homeless, when in fact it’s probably the owner’s fault for not leashing one:

Mamaroneck Village Police say a 75 year old woman was walking her small dog on Florence Street Sept. 26 when the dog was attacked by a “pit bull type dog that was loose and unleashed.”

The woman tried to separate the dogs and was injured on the hands, including losing the tip of one finger. Her dog was killed.

Police say the pit bull and owner reside on Jensen Avenue. The owner of the pit bull was charged under the Agriculture and Market Law with 1 count of dangerous dog attack on domestic animal (a violation) and is due in Village of Mamaroneck court Tuesday.

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$500,000+ Insurance payment after pit bull mauling Settlement reached two years after pit bull attack in Hanover

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York, PA –

Two years after being savagely mauled by two pit bulls, attorneys for Ajia Brown, who was 8 when he was attacked, and an insurance company reached a $500,000 settlement.

York County Judge Penny L. Blackwell authorized the agreement Monday.

Ajia will receive annual $65,000 payments, increasing at 5 percent annually, beginning in 2020 for a total of $406,000.

Ajia’s attorney, Thomas J. Newell, said an additional $8,600 in medical bills paid by the insurance company brings the settlement package to $508,614.

Chester L. Little, of Hanover, was charged with simple assault and reckless endangerment, along with a number of summary dog law violations, for his dogs’ attack on Ajia Brown.

According to Hanover Borough Police reports, the dogs escaped their gated and fenced yard and repeatedly bit the child, chewing off parts of both ears and tearing a large part of scalp away.

Police shot one dog.

The most serious charges against Little were dismissed at trial in April.

He was fined $1,000 for harboring a dangerous dog.

Ajia has undergone numerous surgeries to repair damage to his ears and scalp.

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