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7 thoughts on “Pit Bull Deflates All Four Tires of Cumberland County Deputy's Cruiser

  1. The net drain continues…$504 was merely the cost of the tires…not the law enforcement and wrecker time.

    Regulate!

  2. An "anonymous" user has written in saying that the pit bull was not owned by Bass, despite numerous news articles that say otherwise, including: USA Today, the Associated Press and United Press International.
    http://tinyurl.com/muxxzl

    According to Google News, 210 news outlets picked up the story:
    http://tinyurl.com/l5r7s3

    The original story (now only found in Google Cache) seems to have been removed though, which is a strong indicator that the story did error. We can only hope that the FayObserver will issue a correction.
    http://tinyurl.com/n8asf7

    Please post links of this correction so that we can update this story if needed.

  3. After attacking two teenage runners, the pit bulls lashed out at tires:

    "September 1, 2009 — Team members called for help for the injured girls. Ambulance personnel, Shawnee County sheriff's deputies and members of the Silver Lake Fire Department were dispatched at 3:58 p.m. to an area in the 2100 block of N.W. Hodges Road, just around the corner from where the girls were bitten. Once authorities arrived, the dogs proved difficult to contain, as they bit through and flattened two tires on a vehicle belonging to a volunteer firefighter."

    http://cjonline.com/news/local/2009-09-01/runners_bitten_by_dogs

  4. I got $500 for the first person who can cite and confirm a case where a labrador retriever or german shepherd or cocker spaniel deflated a police officers tires.

    The logic that any dog can bite is flawed for this very reason. The damage pit bulls do is so much more serious.

    WAKE UP DOG LOVERS AROUND THE COUNTRY, HOW WOULD DOG HANDLE A BITE LIKE THIS?

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