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Lenoir, North Carolina.–There are bad neighbors…then there are bad neighbors. You know the type…everyone has had one at one point or another in their life. Roland Younce falls into the bad neighbor category. Well, he used to, anyway. Now, because of a hair trigger temper and a long standing feud over a dog, Younce is dead after a shoot-out with the cops.

Roland Younce

Roland Younce

The feud between Younce and his neighbor, Tony Moore, began brewing in January 2008 when Younce’s pit bull took a chunk out of Moore’s young daughters…Moore sued Younce for $1,900 for the medical bills incurred. Over the next 18 months, police responded to disturbance calls from the Moore and Younce residences on at least 26 different occasions. The whole nasty thing came to a head last Wednesday.

Moore called 911 asking for a deputy’s assistance. “My neighbor’s pit bull was over here on my front porch growling at me – he run my cat off and all, and I shot him. And the neighbor threatened to kill me,” said Moore. “You need to get somebody down here because I’m sitting here with my gun right now. They better get here quick because I’ll shoot him, too.” Just moments later, Younce was on the phone with 911 dispatchers as well. “The neighbor next door said he just shot my *bleep* dog.” The operator asked why his neighbor had shot the dog and Younce answered, “He did it just for the *bleep* spite of it, man.” The dispatcher assured Younce that a deputy was on the way. “You’d better get him out here fast before I kill this *bleep*.”

An officer arrived at Moore’s house first. Unbeknownst to him, Younce was hiding in the woods, lying in wait. While on the porch, talking with Moore and his two young daughters, ages 9 and 8, shots rang out. Deputy Marty Robbins was hit with shotgun pellets in his chest, arm, and leg. Moore, who is confined to a wheelchair, was pelted with buckshot in the shoulder, back, and hip. Moore’s youngest daughter, 8-year-old Ashley Moore, was shot in the back. All four were able to scramble to the safety of the house and await backup. Platoon leader Sgt. Tom McManus arrived with extra officers and attempted to get the wounded out of the house for medical treatment. Another shot, and McManus was hit in the left forearm. At that point, deputies returned fire in the direction where Younce was hiding. Several hours later, the body of Younce was found, dead from a gunshot wound. Officers do not believe the shot was self-inflicted.

Both deputies were treated and released the next day. Tony and Ashley Moore remain hospitalized in serious condition. Check out the source link for the dirty details on the year long feud between the pair and to listen to the 911 recordings. Crazy shit people…absotively crazy.

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  • sarabei

    I have an inside source who knew both people in this situation.  Younce was CRAZY and from what I was told the feud actually started years ago over the land Moore lived on.  From what I was told Younce sold it to Moore and after Moore built his house and was moving in Younce wanted it back and that caused the strained relations to continue to mount.  The dog was the main focus of the feud.  Younce tried to say Moore’s Chiuaha (?) bit him but the evidence showed the bite and wounds were not consistent with a small dog.    Either way, you don’t let your dog bother others.  Period.  What a stupid reason for anyone to die or get wounded.  Also, the poor dog….sad….they can’t pick who owns THEM.  I am glad Moore and his children will be alright as well as the deputies!

  • CassieMomma

    What a crazy bastard, he was hiding in the bushes/woods/whatever and he shot at a cop trying to difuse the situation.  Then he hit a small child and a man in a wheelchair?  I’d shoot his damn dog too if it bit my daughter.  I love animals, but I agree with Sarabei, don’t let your dog bother others.

  • sarabei

    I mean if the crazy bastard loved that dog so much why was it running loose terrorizing the neighbors??

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=12 Athena

    Man. I’ve got a neighbor (up the block) who can’t keep his dog in his fucking yard. A few days ago, the chocolate lab mix came trotting down into our yard, brazenly stealing one of my dog’s more expensive balls (it’s glow-in-the-dark). I wasn’t there at the time, but Mike was, and after trying to get the little shit to drop the ball, he had to follow the dog all the way home to get the ball back. The dog’s owner was outside, so Mike asked him, “Is this your dog?” The guy said yes and Mike said, “he stole that ball from our yard.” While the owner wrangled the ball from the dog to give it back, he laughed and said, “that’s how I got ’em trained…”

    Problem is, it’s not funny. Not to me, anyway. Just a couple of days ago, Elke and I were outside when I heard some commotion, like dogs fighting. Sure enough, that fucking brown dog had come down and had gotten into it with Elke. I managed to separate them and chase the other dog off, but fuck! The dog shits in my yard, steals our toys and antagonizes Elke. I made Mike show me where the people live, yesterday. If that fucking mutt shows up again – and it will – I’m going up there to lay into the owner who thinks it’s all some joke.

    I promise to leave my shotgun at home, though.

  • webb

    my question… if guns were an issue why allow your kids outside? seriously don’t you think Mr. Moore would have told his daughters to go inside the home (keep away from the windows?) just my thought

  • sarabei

    Athena: Man.I’ve got a neighbor (up the block) who can’t keep his dog in his fucking yard.A few days ago, the chocolate lab mix came trotting down into our yard, brazenly stealing one of my dog’s more expensive balls (it’s glow-in-the-dark).I wasn’t there at the time, but Mike was, and after trying to get the little shit to drop the ball, he had to follow the dog all the way home to get the ball back.The dog’s owner was outside, so Mike asked him, “Is this your dog?”The guy said yes and Mike said, “he stole that ball from our yard.”While the owner wrangled the ball from the dog to give it back, he laughed and said, “that’s how I got ‘em trained…” Problem is, it’s not funny.Not to me, anyway.Just a couple of days ago, Elke and I were outside when I heard some commotion, like dogs fighting.Sure enough, that fucking brown dog had come down and had gotten into it with Elke.I managed to separate them and chase the other dog off, but fuck!The dog shits in my yard, steals our toys and antagonizes Elke.I made Mike show me where the people live, yesterday.If that fucking mutt shows up again – and it will – I’m going up there to lay into the owner who thinks it’s all some joke.I promise to leave my shotgun at home, though.

    I agree, it is never funny.  It amazes me how people think it is OK and funny when their animals or children bug their neighbors etc.  I would be LIVID too, why can’t people or better yet WON’T people control their pets??  If you love them so much, you will protect them and not let them become a nuisance.

  • sarabei

    webb: my question… if guns were an issue why allow your kids outside? seriously don’t you think Mr. Moore would have told his daughters to go inside the home (keep away from the windows?) just my thought

    Possibly he didn’t think it would really come to that?  People tend to think stuff like this will never really happen to them…sadly they are wrong.

  • Stella

    The part that amazed me the most was Moore (and his daughters) were on the front porch with LE when nasty neighbor started shooting. I can only guess that Moore thought since LE was there, his daughters would be safe. Personally, I would have made the girls stay inside, but after watching the video and comments from the local (neighbors?), apparently (and sadly), this was just another evening in this area.

  • Veronica

    Athena: Man.I’ve got a neighbor (up the block) who can’t keep his dog in his fucking yard.A few days ago, the chocolate lab mix came trotting down into our yard, brazenly stealing one of my dog’s more expensive balls (it’s glow-in-the-dark).I wasn’t there at the time, but Mike was, and after trying to get the little shit to drop the ball, he had to follow the dog all the way home to get the ball back.The dog’s owner was outside, so Mike asked him, “Is this your dog?”The guy said yes and Mike said, “he stole that ball from our yard.”While the owner wrangled the ball from the dog to give it back, he laughed and said, “that’s how I got ‘em trained…” Problem is, it’s not funny.Not to me, anyway.Just a couple of days ago, Elke and I were outside when I heard some commotion, like dogs fighting.Sure enough, that fucking brown dog had come down and had gotten into it with Elke.I managed to separate them and chase the other dog off, but fuck!The dog shits in my yard, steals our toys and antagonizes Elke.I made Mike show me where the people live, yesterday.If that fucking mutt shows up again – and it will – I’m going up there to lay into the owner who thinks it’s all some joke.I promise to leave my shotgun at home, though.

    I totally agree.  My best friend had a couple of close calls with a loose pit bull in her dad’s neighborhood, and then found out that the dog had chased some little kids who barely made it back into the house.  The owners couldn’t have cared less.  She swore if it happened again, she was going to throw a poisoned steak into these people’s backyard when she knew the dog was actually there.  I am an animal lover myself, and it’s sad the dog has to pay for his owner’s negligence, but once a dog has become a threat, especially to children, it needs to go.  Another thing I hate is when people allow their dogs to jump all over guests, thinking it’s hi-fucking-larious and just so “cute.”  Train your fucking dogs and keep them on a leash when they are outside, people!

    In this case, I’m just glad this crazy old fucker is the only one who ended up dead. I hope the dad and daughter completely recover.

  • ecvmanzo

    Athena:
    Man. I’ve got a neighbor (up the block) who can’t keep his dog in his fucking yard. A few days ago, the chocolate lab mix came trotting down into our yard, brazenly stealing one of my dog’s more expensive balls (it’s glow-in-the-dark). I wasn’t there at the time, but Mike was, and after trying to get the little shit to drop the ball, he had to follow the dog all the way home to get the ball back. The dog’s owner was outside, so Mike asked him, “Is this your dog?” The guy said yes and Mike said, “he stole that ball from our yard.” While the owner wrangled the ball from the dog to give it back, he laughed and said, “that’s how I got ‘em trained…”
    Problem is, it’s not funny. Not to me, anyway. Just a couple of days ago, Elke and I were outside when I heard some commotion, like dogs fighting. Sure enough, that fucking brown dog had come down and had gotten into it with Elke. I managed to separate them and chase the other dog off, but fuck! The dog shits in my yard, steals our toys and antagonizes Elke. I made Mike show me where the people live, yesterday. If that fucking mutt shows up again – and it will – I’m going up there to lay into the owner who thinks it’s all some joke.
    I promise to leave my shotgun at home, though.

    I had a similar experience this past weekend. Well actually my 15 year old had the experience. He was walking our puppy, when a pitt bull jumped over his fence, and tried to bite our dog in the neck. It didn’t do any harm to our dog, thank God cause of bystanders. But this is a common pratice for that dog, and one day it will be a child who is biten.

    Geesh….

  • Lavonna

    Here in town where I live it is a law that your dog must be chained up, they can not walk the streets but there are about 4 little dogs that run up and down my street, but if they come in my yard I yell at them to go on but I dont’ call the dog warden on them. If I did they would haul them off and then who will care for them?
     
    When I let my German Shepherd out to use the bathroom I always put him on a chain, he is aggressive and I couldn’t stand the thought of him biting a child or someone shooting him.
    He broke 3 collars in 6 months so I always have to check to make sure he’s not broke it because the last time he got he broke his collar (he takes off running as soon as he hears the chain lock and when he gets off the porch the chain get tight and the collar breaks)he went across the road and the people over there start gathering up their little dogs, I heard granny bitch  tell one of them ‘go get my gun’ and I said ‘you shoot my dog and me or you one is going to pack an ass whipping” she just looked at me so I snuck up on him while he was pissing on her tires LOL and took him home.

  • http://www.facebook.com/hannah.james.944 Hannah James

    Hi Sarabei, i’m working on a documentary tv program about this at the moment (4 years on) I
    was wondering if you have any contact information for the people
    involved, neighbors, friends, acquaintances, those who knew the
    families, or could pass on my email to them – its hannahjames36@yahoo.com
    thanks.

  • Daughter

    Evidently you don’t have an inside source from both people in the situation…because you haven’t talked with anyone I know on the Younce side of the story!

  • Daughter

    We got your email and will be in touch…

  • LeaveMeBe

    Two things: This story is almost 5 years old. I doubt you will get a response from this poster. And did you consider that maybe this poster talked to someone on the Younce side of the family you *don’t* know? Jus’ sayin’.

  • tony hunt

    I don’t know the whole story, but the tv show clearly showed that when the kids went next door to retrieve some movies with Roland’s daughter they were told not to enter the house, but the hard-headed kids opened the door anyway, and the dog did what dogs are supposed to do (protect their owners). It appears that this was the beginning of the feud. Cats can climb trees, dogs can’t, close the doors call the cops and the owner, and everything is ok. Kill my dog under the circumstances BITCH and I will not be the only to DIE!!

  • tony hunt

    I know that I don’t know the whole story, but the tv show clearly showed that when the kids went next door to retrieve some movies with Roland’s daughter they were told not to enter the house, but the hard-headed kids opened the door anyway, and the dog did what dogs are supposed to do (protect their owners). It appears that this was the beginning of the feud. Cats can climb trees, dogs can’t, close the doors call the cops and the owner, and everything is ok. Kill my dog under the circumstances BITCH and I will not be the only to DIE!!

  • tony hunt

    You may be right. I don’t know the whole story, but the tv show clearly showed that when the kids went next door to retrieve some movies with Roland’s daughter they were told not to enter the house, but the hard-headed kids opened the door anyway, and the dog did what dogs are supposed to do (protect their owners). It appears that this was the beginning of the feud. Cats can climb trees, dogs can’t, close the doors call the cops and the owner, and everything is ok. Kill my dog under the circumstances BITCH and I will not be the only to DIE!!

  • lucky.bee

    @daughter DAUGHTER–
    Are you Younce’s daughter? I have just recently watched this documentary episode and you look ABSOLUTELY IDENTICAL to my step-sister who was adopted. Any possible way that you had a sister that was put up for adoption? I promise that the two of you look and sound the EXACT same.
    Please if you see this, e-mail me @ lucky.bee024@gmail.com
    God bless to you and yours.

  • John26

    You are an idiot. So you’ve trained your dog that if young children, who he has seen and smelled playing with one of his owners (Roland’s daughter), opened a door in your home that the dog should ATTACK? If so, you are exactly the type of dog owner who does not deserve a dog and causes these kind of situations. Attacking a full grown adult is one thing, if they are there by themselves and not with the owner. But when CHILDREN show up with the dog’s owner/caretaker, the dog shouldn’t be wanting to attack.

    I’ve owned all sorts of dogs in my life and the only violent one’s I’ve ever come across were previously abused or forced to fight.

  • Jenkem Jones

    Tony Moore is a turd that belongs in prison. I’m glad that A-Hole doesn’t live near me.

  • Jenkem Jones

    I don’t even know him, but I hate that jerk Tony Moore.

  • Nat

    I think Tony Moore is an idiot! He was offered $20 a month for bills HIS kids caused, then shoots at his neighbor but as he only has one leg he doesn’t get punished? Way an idiot!

  • Nat

    Correction- what an idiot!

  • Wesley Helm

    The dog didn’t bite the child you moron, it was on the porch. Tony and his daughter deserved everything they got.

  • Wesley Helm

    Oh you should see Tony’s comments. Tony is a fucking joke.

  • Wesley Helm

    Hey Hannah, I would just like to say that Tony is a scumbag and his family will get what’s coming to him.

  • audrey brown

    It is people like you Wesley. I think Tony did get out of hand after he was pushed and pushed. Who are you kidding Roland was crazy and his relatives living there were on his side because they had free rent….

  • audrey brown

    So it is okay to have a dog act like that. What if it had been EMTs or a cop? Those kids were being children that is all.

  • audrey brown

    Wesley is obviously of the school of Roland he is too thick headed to reason with.

  • audrey brown

    Well people should be able to be in their yard.

  • audrey brown

    I just watched the show on this. He shot at the kids and hit one. He was nuts he sent that dog after them one more time and what happened to the dog was Roland’s fault. I mean he ruined their lives and the police officers lives. It is disgusting and Tony may not be innocent in it all of it but Roland was a monster someone should have told him the Vietnam war is over.

  • disqus_RR0EGf6GlC

    Just saw it on ID. Don’t know these people, and I’m OK with that. A few things: 1) As a dog lover, I take responsibility for my dog’s actions (as the law says I should). I had a friend over once, I told her not to touch my dog’s food as they were very territorial. She decided to stick her nasty hands in his food; he bit her between the eyes. Now, she received fair warning, but it’s still my dog and I’m responsible for its behavior (never get a fucking chihuahua, and thank G-d she didn’t sue). 2) As a dog lover, I still believe that a dog is exactly that. My dog is my companion, a member of my family, but it’s also a four legged creature that drinks from the toilet and takes to licking its ass when I host a BBQ for my coworkers. It’s not worth popping off a few rounds, killing HUMAN BEINGS and maiming children because I couldn’t see fit to contain it or my anger toward my neighbor. What the hell is wrong with people?

  • Jason Berry

    Based on what the TV episode showed, Tony is easily as much to blame as Roland was,if not more he had two daughters and he should’ve put their safety first instead he acted like a total shit brick, immature and hardheaded moron putting his daughters as well as everybody else at his home life’s in jeopardy. First Tony killed Roland’s dog pretty much for no reason at all. the dog wasn’t even inside the house, he was outside of the door and it showed Tony open the door and shot the dog, and Rolands dog was like his wife to him that was his companion if somebody killed my companion I would kill them too. I’m glad nothing happened to the little girls.well at least they’re both still alive it’s sad that one of them got injured, but they did enter the house when they weren’t supposed to and the dog did bite them but that it all comes down to that is their fault. People need to stop blaming Roland and saying he’s the crazy one he was driven over the edge because of Tony’s dumbass and I wish Tony would’ve died too he totally deserves it

  • Jason Berry

    He got out of hand but it wasn’t after he got pushed and pushed he started pushing back from the very beginning. When the judge turn down the Moore’s and said that Rowan did not have to pay for their medical bills Roland offered to pay $20 a month until it’s paid off and Tony said that he wanted either all of it or none of it. So Tony is the one that did not want to try to work things out he was hardheaded from the beginning, so everybody quit saying that Roland is the cause of this, it was Tony’s unwillingness in the very beginning that ultimately caused all of what happened to happen. He was driving up and down his yard all day with his four wheeler and rubbing the motor just trying to make that old man mad.

  • Jason Berry

    I agree with you 100%

  • Jason Berry

    I wish Tony would’ve fucking died too you deserve it

  • Jason Berry

    But it wasn’t an EMT or a police officer, it was two children that were told to stay outside of the house and they didn’t listen and they got bit by the dog.

  • Jason Berry

    They totally got what they deserved. I believe that Tony was the main cause of all this bad stuff that took place and happened. He could’ve avoided all of this from the very beginning when rolling offered to pay $20 a month until the medical bills were paid off Tony is the idiot that refused and that’s where all the stuff started happening. Tony started driving up and down his lawn with his four wheeler in Acting like a damn idiot, it’s just a shame that Tony didn’t get shot too I wish Roland would’ve shot him.

  • Jason Berry

    I don’t think you guys should be defending Tony and his family, they were not Trying to help the situation at all maybe his daughters were doing things but Tony was acting like a complete idiot he put his own himself before the safety of his daughters, I think he acted like that because he lost his leg and is a cripple and thinks he has something to prove to everybody Tony is the main cause of all of this I agree with Wesley

  • Jason Berry

    It was running loose because it’s a dog you idiot, and I don’t think it was terrorizing people it was at Tony’s house barking he didn’t have to shoot the dog he could’ve called animal control and avoided the whole horrible situation that night. I think the problem is it’s Tony was a cripple anybody had some to prove and that’s why he wouldn’t back down. He’s the one that had children he should’ve put their well-being before his feelings. I wish Tony Moore would’ve gotten shot instead of Roland he deserved it

  • Jason Berry

    I agree leave your shotgun at home that won’t solve anything but the owner totally need to be held responsible for his dog coming up to your yard and causing problems

  • Jason Berry

    Yeah you think Tony would have, but he was an idiot he was not thinking about his daughter safety he was thinking about his own feelings and that he had something to prove to everybody and not let this guy win. He should’ve done the right thing and been a good dad and put his daughter safety in front of his own feelings of being inadequate because he only had one leg, that was the problem he didn’t feel like a man and he felt like he had something to prove any put his entire family’s life in jeopardy because he couldn’t have been the bigger man and stop his shenanigans and bullshit!

  • Pineygrrl

    Hey wesley helm youre a fucktard who picks on old ladiez and retards. I hope u get whats comin.

  • Pineygrrl

    Were you there, Wesley Helmethead? If not, stifle it.

  • Fuxk u Tony

    I TOTALLY AGREE WITH U!!!!! How can u put your kids and wife in danger like that??? Just because of yr stupid ego!!! I think because he’s in a wheelchair, he want to prove that he’s as strong-willed as the old guy. How can he shot the dog?! I hope he lives with this burden everyday of his life!!! Put yr kids in danger like that. Tony is a fucking idiot shithead!!!!

  • Risshi Shafra

    Saw the show but I cannot believe the handicapped guy got away with so much :
    1. his daughters entered the hse without consent and the dog attacked them, seems fair.
    2. they wanted Younce to pay the medical bill even when the court refute that claim.
    3. He opened fire at the Younce’s and yet the Younce’s were the one arrested simply coz Tony was hadicapped.
    4. Tony shot and killed Younce’s dog.
    Honestly Tony Moore Should have paid a far more severe punishment then what he got.

  • Mr

    Just watched it, thought it was very good,

  • W.o. Moreland

    You can watch the documentary and see Tony Moore is the instigator. Shooting at his neighbors feet. He’s the one who brought his children into it by throw wood on the mans property. He didn’t have anything better to do that aggravate Yonce, until he reacted. I’d bet the boards with the nails in them were on Yonce’s property and he was riding that four wheeler on his property.

  • Dennis Baker

    2014 Dog Bite Related Fatalities Compiled By Dennis Baker on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 12:59am

    2014 Dog Bite Related Fatalities

    Updated after each fatality following fact finding research

    42 Dog Bite Related Fatalities

    by Breed:

    27 by Pit Bull / Pit Bull Mix

    3 by Bullmastiff / Mastiff Mix

    4 by Rottweiler

    1 by Cane Corso

    1 by Shepherd Mix…

    1 by Catahoula Leopard Dog

    4 Unknown Breed

    1 Mix Breed

    By age:

    20 Children

    22 Adults

    By State:

    TX – 7 deaths

    AL – 3 deaths

    OH – 3 deaths

    FL – 5 deaths

    NC – 4 deaths

    MI – 2 deaths

    AZ – 1 death

    CA – 2 death

    CT – 2 death

    DE – 1 death

    IL – 1 death

    LA – 2 death

    MS – 2 death

    NJ – 1 death

    MO – 1 death

    AR – 1 death

    WI – 1 death

    WY – 1 death

    SD – 1 death

    IND – 1 death

    Names and ages of the deceased:

    Christina Bell-Burleson – 43 – Houston, TX – 2 Pit Bulls [01.05.14]

    Betty Clark – 75 – Canyon Lake, TX – 2 Pit Bulls [01.06.14]

    Kara Hartrich – 4 – Bloomington, IL – 2 Pit Bulls [01.17.14]

    Annabel Martin – 89 – Corona, CA – 3 Rottweilers [01.26.14]

    Klonda Richey – 57 – Dayton, OH – 2 Mastiff Mixes [02.07.14]

    Je’vaeh Mayes – 2 – Temple, TX – Pit Bull [02.17.14]

    Braelynn Coulter – 3 – High Point, NC – Pit Bull [02.24.14]

    Summer Sears – 4 – Tallassee, AL – Shepherd Mix [02.26.14]

    Kenneth Santillan – 13 – Paterson, NJ – Bullmastiff [02.28.14]

    Raymane Robinson, Jr. – 2 – Killeen, TX – Bullmastiff [03.01.14]

    Nancy Newberry – 77 – Phoenix, AZ – Pit Bull [03.14.14]

    Mia DeRouen – 4 – Houma, LA – Pit Bull [03.25.14]

    Christopher Malone- 3 – Holmes County, MS – 2 Pit Bulls [03.31.14]

    Dorothy Hamilton – 85 – Kaufman, TX – 2 Pit Bulls [03.31.14]

    John Harvard – 5 – Riverside, AL – Pit Bull [04.06.14]

    Petra Aguirre – 83 – San Antonio, TX – Pit Bull Mix [04.11.14]

    Jessica Norman – 33 – Sebring, FL – 3 Pit Bulls [4.30.14]

    Katie Morrison – 20 – Phenix City, AL – 3 Pit Bulls [05.03.14]

    Nyhiem Wilfong – 1 – Caldwell County, NC – Rottweiler [05.04.14]

    Kasii Haith – 4 – Kent County, DE – 3 Pit Bulls [05.07.14]

    Rita Pepe – 93 – Branford, CT – Pit Bull Mix [05.25.14]

    Holden Garrison – 10 wks – Davisburg, MI – Catahoula Leopard Dog [06.09.14]

    Logan Shepard – 4 – Riverview, FL – 2 Pit Bulls [07.19.14]

    Jonathan Quarles – 7 mo – Dayton, OH – Pit Bull [07.20.14]

    Craig Sytsma – 46 – Metamore Twp, MI – 2 Cane Corso [07.23.14]

    Cindy Whisman – 59 – Madison Twp, OH – Pit Bull [08.04.14]

    Joel Chireieleison – 6 – Fanning Springs, FL – 2 Pit Bulls [08.07.14]

    Deriah Solem – 22 mo – St Charles County, MO – Pit Bull Mix [08.09.14]

    Javon Dade – 4 – Miami, FL – Pit Bull [08.13.14]

    David Glass Sr.-51-Benton County, MS – 3 Pit Bulls [09.20.14]

    Alice Payne – 75 – Cave City, AR – 1 Pit Bull [09.26.14]

    Juan Fernandez – 59 – Modesto, CA – 4 Pit Bulls – [10.14.14]

    Logan Thomas Meyer – 7 – Hustisford, WI -1 Rottweiler – [10.24.14]

    Alemeaner Dial – 83 – Robeson County, N.C. – 4 Pit Bulls – [10.31.14]

    Deanne Lynn Coando – 40 – Wind River Indian Reservation, WY – Unknown – [11. .14]

    Stella Antanaitis – 91 – Stamford, CT – Mix Breed – [11. .14]

    Jayla Rodriguez – 8 – Pine Ridge, SD – Unknown – [11.18.14]

    Bobbie Cheveallier – 85 – Grant Parish, L.A. – Unknown – [12.1.14]

    Jose Robles – 62 – Madison, N.C. – Pending – [11.23.14]

    Christopher Camejo – 2 – Crystal River , FL – Rottweiler’s – [12.6.14]

    Rita Woodard – 64 – Corpus Christi , TX – Pit Bull – [12.15.14]

    Edward L. Cahill – 40 – Porter County, IND. – Pit Bull – [12.25.14]

    Non – Bite Related Canine Deaths

    Demonta Collins – 13 – Augusta, GA – Chased into traffic by at large Pit Bull [04.10.14]

    Davon Jigget – 17 – Fulton County, Ga – Chased into traffic by at large Pit Bull [04.11.14]

    Ryan Brown – 15 – Fayette County, TN – Killed by pan thrown by brother when attempting to break up dog fight [08.08.14]

    On average in 2014 someone was killed by a pit bull every 13 days. Some of these pit bull attacks were from the family dog that was well trained and had never shown signs of aggression before. The only common in these severe and often fatal attacks is not abuse or lack of training it is breed. Choose the breed of dog you trust the lives of your loved ones with wisely.

  • Sean

    piece of shit Moore, opened the door too shot the dog, rotten in hell you low life piece of shit.