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You never know what's in that fanny pack
posted by Gary Taylor on Jun 26, 2007 10:14:43 AM
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If you think joggers only wear a fanny pack to hold their keys and identification, think again.

A 44-year-old Deltona woman was jogging with her two dogs on Gainesville Drive at 8 p.m. Tuesday when she passed a house where a man was in the front yard with a pit bull terrier.

The woman told deputies the man was purposely exciting his dog and she asked him to stop. Instead, she said, he turned the dog loose and told him to attack, she said.

The woman opened her fanny pack, pulled out a .380-caliber handgun and fired one shot, Haught said. The dog wasn't hurt, but turned and ran when the shot was fired, Haught said.

The woman, who has a concealed weapons permit, was not charged. The owner of the pit bull was warned to keep his dog under control and the matter was referred to Deltona Animal Control, Haught said.
 

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Sharky said:
The woman told deputies the man was purposely exciting his dog and she asked him to stop. Instead, she said, he turned the dog loose and told him to attack, she said.
. . .The owner of the pit bull was warned to keep his dog under control and the matter was referred to Deltona Animal Control, Haught said.
Why was he not charged with aggravated assault?

Too bad she missed.
 

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I only wish she had shot the dog.

Would she have been justified for shooting the owner since he was using the dog as a weapon and assulting her?

I am thinking stand your ground, who is to say he won't pull out another dog, or cat or bear. :wink:
 
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