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first_img When the dog dropped Floyd’s longtime companion, she was dead.“I ran and got PeeWee and put her in the shed out back so he couldn’t tear her to pieces,” Floyd said. “I locked the gate so the dog couldn’t get out and called 911. I was crying and kept telling them I needed help. And, everybody came within five minutes – the police, the fire department, the ambulance and animal control. And, I appreciate so much all that they did to help me on that horrible, horrible day.”Floyd had cuts and abrasions on her face, a broken finger on her left hand and cuts from where she was snagged by the dog’s teeth as he charged after the cat.“The last time I saw the dog, the boy that owns him was going back across the street with him on a leash,” she said. “He said he couldn’t control the dog. He later talked with his dad and they decided to have the dog put down.”Floyd said what she has suffered could have been prevented if people complied with the city of Troy’s leash law. “I think we have something like that.”“If you are going to have animals, you need to be responsible,” she said. “And, these people who rent houses to college students should not allow animals because students are busy and don’t have time to look after them.”Floyd said the responsibility of pet ownership is not something that should be taken lightly and anyone should think twice before accepting that responsibility.“What I would say to college students is that, when you come to college, leave the animals at home,” she said. “Having a pet is lot of responsibility. I accepted that responsibility. Everybody else should, too. I don’t want anybody else to have to go through something like this.” Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthTop 4 Methods to Get Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Dog attacks woman, kills pet cat Email the author Sponsored Content Published 8:37 pm Monday, March 28, 2011 Skip The cat then “ran up against” Floyd and the dog lunged at the cat, knocking Floyd facedown onto the concrete patio.“I went down full blast on my face and I thought that I was going to pass out,” Floyd said. “Blood started going everywhere but I had to get the dog away from my cat.”She gave chase into the back yard and, actually, got to the cat and grabbed it up in her arms.“But the dog jumped on me and knocked me down again,” she said. “He grabbed PeeWee in his mouth and shook her and shook her. She looked like a big ball of fur being slung around and around. I couldn’t get her away.” Latest Stories Eunice Floyd had stitches removed Monday from bites she received when trying to protect her pet cat from a pit bull on March 18.“Horrible, horrible” was the way Floyd described the incident that left her companion cat of 10 years dead and her cut, broken and bruised.Three earlier incidents were reason for Floyd to fear for the safety of her two pet cats but she never envisioned anything as “horrible” as what occurred that midmorning of spring. Twice she had talked to the university students who live across the street about the dogs in their care. The third time, animal control was called.“I’d always watch for that pit bull because I was afraid of it,” Floyd said. “But on that Friday, I was getting something out of the vehicle and, I don’t know where the dog came from but it was after my cat, PeeWee, that was on the patio. I started hollering and screaming at him but he just kept chasing my cat.”The cat jumped on the patio wall but Floyd said the dog “jumped up and snatched PeeWee down by the legs.” By The Penny Hoarder Book Nook to reopen By Jaine Treadwell You Might Like Brundidge police suspect ‘chop shop’ Two Brundidge men have been arrested in connection with what the police chief says could be a “chop shop” type… read more Print Article Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kitslast_img read more


first_imgGreensburg, In. — Republican H. Wayne Shake has entered the race for sheriff in Decatur County.Shake attended North Decatur High School, studied criminology at Vincennes University, criminal justice at Indiana State University and graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in 1988. He has served as town marshal in Westport, with the Greensburg Police Department and with the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department.The Republican field for sheriff now consists of Shake, Indiana State Police master trooper Jim Ponsler, former Greensburg police chief Bill Meyerrose and former Decatur County sheriff’s detective Rick Underhill. Primary Election Day is in May of 2018.last_img


first_imgOn Thursday, USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative hosted Gene Simmons at the University Club as a guest speaker for 60 students currently in the program.Path to success · Former KISS star Gene Simmons speaks to Neighborhood Academic Initiative participants at the University Club on Thursday evening about his own experiences facing adversity as an immigrant. – Austin Vogel | Daily TrojanOthers in attendance included Pavel Krapivin, vice president of Warner Bros. and former student of the USC Math, Science and Technology High School, and Kim Thomas-Barrio, executive director of NAI.NAI is a college access and success program with neighborhood students in grades six through 12 in conjunction with the university.“[This program] allows the academic rigor students need and the support families need for first generation college-goers from underrepresented minority groups,” Thomas-Barrios said.Since its first graduating class in 1997, NAI has  graduated more than 700 students. Forty percent of those graduates attended USC with a full four-and-a-half year scholarship package, not including loans.“All of this is in a neighborhood where about 50 percent of the students who attend neighborhood high schools drop out before graduating from high school,” Thomas-Barrios said.Thomas-Barrios said the decision to have Gene Simmons speak to a group of NAI students was an easy one for her and colleagues, who knew that students could relate well to Simmons, who immigrated to the United States from Israel with his mother when he was only 9 years old.“I am you; you are me,” Simmons said. “I wasn’t born here … when I first came to the United States of America, I heard the words, ‘What are you, stupid? Can’t you speak English?’”Simmons, like many of the students at the USC magnet schools, did not speak English as a first language. Simmons encouraged every student to do what he did: work as hard as possible each and every day, rather than giving up in the face of adversity.“When you take a look at the most powerful people in the world, they’re not the prettiest, they’re not the tallest … they may not be the smartest. They worked the hardest,” Simmons said.Pavel Krapivin, a colleague of Simmons’ and a former student of Thomas-Barrios’, was also able to relate to the current students of NAI as an immigrant who did not speak English as his first language, but taught it to himself by reading science textbooks.Krapivin, who attended USC after high school, has stayed close to NAI and his former professor and principal. His success story is one of the many inspirations current NAI students have.“When the school opened, I wanted to come here to learn, and I am very happy to come back here because all of you are going to do great things and once you do, you’ll want to give back,” Krapivin told the students. “It feels good to come back and to do things for other people.”Simmons, known for his role in the rock band KISS, encouraged students to ignore unsupportive people and to always believe that they are extraordinary.“Anybody that makes you feel bad, get rid of them — get them out of your life,” Simmons said. “You don’t have time for them, because they’re just vampires — they’re going to suck the life out of you.”One of the things Simmons emphasized to the students was that nobody was stopping them from succeeding except themselves.“All the information in the world, finally, for the first time in history, is available to you and to the richest and the most powerful, for free. … There’s nothing preventing you from scaling the heights — nothing — except you. All the opportunity you’ve got here, you’ve got to take advantage of it.”last_img read more


first_imgDelray Beach police are currently investigating the death of a man who was found fatally shot in an apartment complex.The discovery was made at the Linton Ridge apartment complex in the 2200 block of Linton Ridge Circle on Sunday.Authorities say neighbors became concerned when they had not seen the victim in a few days and they began to smell an unusual odor coming from the apartment.When authorities arrived to the apartment, they found the 29-year-old man dead of an apparent bullet wound.Investigators have not released the identity of the victim, however, they asking for anyone with information regarding this incident to contact Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at 1-800-458-TIPS.last_img


first_imgThe dog was named after comedian Conan O’Brien. President Trump tweeted her picture saying she had done a “great job.” Conan was slightly wounded and now recovering.Baghdadi has been buried at sea with religious rites under Islamic custom. A special military dog named, “Conan” is being hailed as a hero. The female dog was injured when ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up in a dead-end tunnel taking out three of his children as well. Newsweek is naming the Belgian Malinois that rode with the U.S. Army Special Forces in Syria to take down an ISIS leader Sunday night. President Trump gave credit to courageous K-9 on Monday.last_img


first_imgAuthorities in Sonora, Mexico are reporting that three women and six children were slaughtered Monday when their vehicle was ambushed by members of the Mexican cartel.According to the report, the dual US- Mexican citizens were traveling between Sonora and Chihuahua towards the US border in three vehicles when they were attacked.While authorities continue to investigate the incident, family member Lafe Langford Jr. shared details of the incident on his Facebook page:In the post, Langford identified the victims as María Rohnita Miller and her children 10-year-old Krystal Bellaine, 12-year-old Howard Jacob, and six-month-old twins Titus Alvin Miller and Tiana Gricel Miller.Langford stated that the vehicle in the post, which is believed to be Miller’s was struck with so many bullets that the car exploded.43-year-old Dawna Ray Langford and two of her nine children were also identified as victims of the attack.Another victim was identified as 31-year-old Christina Marie Langford who was traveling with one of her children. According to relatives, the baby identified as Faith Marie Johnson was found alive after see was thrown to the ground during the ambush.Several children were said to have survived the attack and are in the process of being brought to the U.S. border for medical treatment.Langford also reported that the family has had previous run-ins with cartel members but that the women and children were not the intended targets.Read more here.last_img read more


first_imgOfficials with the Broward Sheriff’s Office have charged a 14-year-old Lauderhill girl with making false bomb threats that resulted in the evacuations of two schools in Lauderdale Lakes.First, Lauderdale Lakes Middle School administrators contacted the Broward Sheriff’s Office about 9 a.m. Thursday, after receiving a bomb threat by phone.According to investigators, nearby Oriole Elementary School received a similar call about 20 minutes later.Both schools were evacuated as deputies checked the campuses for explosives, but found nothing, officials said.Detectives identified the caller as a student at Boyd Anderson High School. During questioning, the teenager confirmed that she called both schools and made the false bomb threats.She was arrested Thursday evening and was then taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center. She was charged with two counts of making a false bomb threat and was released to her parent, records indicate.The investigation is still active. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Eric Versteeg at (954) 321-4200 or Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at (954) 493-8477, or online at browardcrimestoppers.org.last_img read more


first_imgNikolas Cruz, the confessed Parkland shooter, was caught on video attacking a Broward Sheriff’s deputy behind bars.WSVN got the exclusive video of Cruz who has now been in prison for nearly two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.The video was recorded on Nov. 13, 2018, and it shows Cruz walking in slow circles before attacking a BSO Sergeant sitting at a table.The video had no audio, but according to records, Sgt. Raymond Beltran “requested that Cruz not drag his sandals on the ground while walking around.”The fight between Cruz and Beltran went on for almost a full minute before he settled down.Beltran was reassigned, according to reports.last_img