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Pit Bulls Attack Jogger In Davidsonville

| November 28, 2011, 06:09 PM | 0 Comments

<–To share this post, please click the icons to the left. There is still one put bull believed to be at large in the area. Please share this with your facebook friends, twitter followers and Google.

UPDATE 09:14PM November 28, 2011: From the Anne Arundel County Police, the missing pit bull has been recovered. Police are still seeking the owner/handler.

On November 28, 2011 at approximately 1330 hours Anne Arundel County Police responded to the Davidsonville Park in the 3100 block of Patuxent River Road for an aggressive animal complaint. The victim, a 23 year old male, was jogging through the park when he was attacked by three (3) pit bull dogs. The dogs were all on leash and being handled by a Black male. During the attack, the Black male fled the area with one dog (unknown description on dog). Animal Control was able to locate and recover one dog from the park (a white dog with tan markings), but there is still one pit bull loose in the area. The missing dog is white in color with tan markings on its face, and it should still have a dark collar and leash attached.

The victim is currently in Anne Arundel Medical Center being treated for wounds to his arms and legs. The Black male dog handler is in his mid 20’s, has some facial hair, wearing a green jacket and sunglasses. He was also wearing a Green Bay Packers baseball hat that was recovered at the scene. He was possibly seen leaving the area in a gold colored minivan with a white logo. Please contact Police immediately if the missing dog is located. Please contact Southern District Police at 410-222-1960 with any information to identify the dog handler that fled the scene.

Source: AACoPD

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