A person has been arrested after his seven canines mauled a 71-year-old man to loss of life whereas he was strolling to an area neighborhood retailer.
The incident occurred on July 18 in Fresno, Texas, when 71-year-old Fresno-native Freddy Garcia was strolling to a retailer in his neighborhood at roughly 1:30 p.m. when the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Workplace obtained a name from a witness reporting that the person was being mauled by seven canines, authorities say.
Authorities responded to the scene and located Garcia who was instantly transported through Life Flight to Memorial Hermann — a hospital within the downtown Houston space — and was later pronounced deceased from wounds suffered through the assault.
In keeping with an announcement from the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s workplace, 4 of the canines have been captured shortly after the mauling however three have been on the unfastened for an undisclosed time frame earlier than being captured. All seven of the canines have been a pit bull combine, based on authorities, however no proprietor of the animal was recognized on the time.
Nonetheless, following an investigation performed by the Sheriff’s Workplace together with Fort Bend Animal Management and the Fort Bend County District Lawyer’s Workplace, authorities on Friday have been in a position to establish and arrest 47-year-old Samuel Cartwright in connection to the mauling loss of life of Garcia.
Cartwright at present stays in custody on the Fort Bend County Jail and has been charged with Assault by Canine leading to Loss of life — a second diploma felony — and police have confirmed that his bond has been set at $100,000.
In the meantime, Fort Bend Sheriff Eric Fagan says he’s grateful that the canines have been faraway from the streets and one other potential assault has been prevented.
“This devastating tragedy did not need to occur. I lengthen my deepest condolences to the Garcia household and his neighbors as they alter to the lack of Mr. Garcia,” Sheriff Fagan mentioned. “Particular thanks exit to our deputies, Fort Bend Animal Providers Director Rene Vasquez, and Fort Bend District Lawyer Brian Middleton for the collaborative work of capturing the canines and making an arrest.”
The investigation into the mauling loss of life is ongoing.
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