2020 Dog Bite Fatality: 9-Year Old Boy Killed by Dogs in Faulkner County, Arkansas

Robby Taylor, 9, was killed by one or more pit bulls in Faulkner County, Arkansas. Wrongful Death Suit Filed UPDATE 06/26/20: A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed after a 9-year old boy was mauled to death by at least one pit bull. Trey Edgar Wyatt, 25, of Vilonia, was arrested in connection to the death of Robby Taylor. One of the dogs that killed Robby had acted aggressively toward the Taylor family more than once, according to the lawsuit filed against Trey Wyatt and his girl… [Read full blog post]

2020 Dog Bite Fatality: Man Dies Seven Days After Violent Pit Bull Mauling in Southwest Arkansas; No Media Reports

Roger Kirk died seven days after a violent pit bull attack in southwest Arkansas. Horatio, AR - On April 3, we became aware of a violent pit bull mauling in southwest Arkansas that led to a man's death seven days later. The attack occurred on March 19, south of Horatio in Seiver County near the Little River Country Club, according to family members. Roger Glenn Kirk, 69 years old, of Horatio, was transported to University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) for emergency tre… [Read full blog post]

Retired Doctor Dies After Being Knocked to the Pavement by a Pit Bull in Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Dr. William Deneke, 70, died after suffering fatal brain injuries from a dog attack. Obituary Notice Pine Bluff, AR - Today we learned about a retired doctor who died of brain injuries suffered in a dog attack. "Dr. Bill Deneke had retired a couple of years ago from his practice in Pine Bluff, Ark. He was walking his dog, as he usually did, when he was attacked by a pit bull that knocked him to the pavement, striking his head and cracking his skull. He was rushed to the hospital, under… [Read full blog post]

2017 Dog Bite Fatality: Woman Found Dead After Suspected Dog Attack in Johnson County, Arkansas

Sharon Lindemann, 75, was discovered dead on her driveway in Hartman, Arkansas. Dog Attack Suspected Johnson County, AR - On October 30, the Johnson County Sheriff's Department responded to a call of a deceased woman on Private Road 2227. Sheriff Larry Jones said the victim had deep gashes on her arms and legs. A family member identified her as Sharon Lindemann, 75-years old. Lindemann lived with her sister at the home near Hartman and west of Clarksville. Her sister arrived… [Read full blog post]