Elaine Richman, 66-years old, was discovered dead Friday with multiple dog bites.
Woman Found Dead
Houston, TX - A woman was discovered dead with multiple dog bites at her home last week, police said. On Friday, around 8:00 am, police performed a welfare check at a home in the 12800 block of Susanna Lane. They discovered 66-year old Elaine Richman dead in her backyard with dog bites on her face, arms and hands. Two adult Doberman pinschers were located inside the home, police sa… [Read full blog post]
Luke Westerman, a Self-Appointed "Animal Welfare Expert"Luke Westerman, 37, is facing 19 felony counts of securities law violations and theft.
Lost His 'Dream Job'
DogsBite.org - On January 3, 2019, just three days after the closure of all 2018 fundraising campaigns for nonprofit organizations, KFOX14 broke the explosive story about the Executive Director of the Humane Society of El Paso (HSEP). On December 27, an Ohio grand jury indicted Luke Westerman on 19 felony cou… [Read full blog post]
Ashton McGhee died after being attacked by a family pit bulll-mix in Guthrie.Baby Visiting Home
UPDATE 02/11/19: According to a GoFundMe set up by a friend of the baby's mother, 1-year old Ashton McGhee was visiting his grandmother's home in Guthrie when he was fatally attacked by a family pit bull-mix. "Ashton was playing at his papaw and mamaw’s house in Guthrie the night of February 7th when one of the family dogs came in from outside and attacked Ashton who was playing on t… [Read full blog post]
Breanna Henson, 30, seen after being charged in connection to her baby's death.Mother Charged
Tucson, AZ - Last week, Breanna Henson, 30-years old, was arrested and charged with one count of felony child abuse after police found her 8-month old infant dead. On January 24, Tucson police responded to a home in the 7700 block of E. Apple Tree Drive about 1:30 am after receiving a call of an unresponsive female child. Police said Henson was intoxicated when they arrived. The baby w… [Read full blog post]
This Year's Theme: "Who Wins Most by Sudden Death?"2019 Super Bowl Themed Video
Last year, the Law Offices of Kenneth M. Phillips, the nation’s leading dog bite attorney and author of DogBiteLaw.com, released a video on social media. "Super Bowl Commercial That Says: 'Do Not Adopt a Pit Bull' - Share this to help show that pit bulls are too dangerous to adopt," states the January 18, 2018 Tweet. The video received over 8 million views on Twitter and over 100,000 shares on Face… [Read full blog post]