Atlantic City -
Mayor Lorenzo Langford called upon the Attorney General’s office of his state and the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the incident that occurred outside a casino in which an unarmed man was beat by six officers and attacked by a police a dog.
The two dogs responsible for a vicious attack in Washington D.C. on Friday night are reported to have now been euthanized. The incident, in which the dogs attacked teens and left a man wounded, left residents fearful the dogs would come back.
Earlier this weekend two dogs attempted to attack about a dozen teenagers in a Northeast D.C. neighborhood. One man distracted the dogs to help the teens get away, and the dogs turned on him, leaving him injured.
On January 19 three people were attacked by a dog left outside of a Vaughan convenience store at 80 Glen Shields Avenue. This week the owner of the German Shepherd was charged under the Dog Owners Liability Act by York Regional Police.