Dayton teen remains hospitalized after pit bulls attack him

Dayton teen remains hospitalized after pit bulls attack him

UPDATE @ 1:08 p.m. (Jan. 1, 2018)

Dayton teen William Talbott is still in serious condition at Miami Valley Hospital, according to hospital officials.

UPDATE @ 8:51 a.m. (Dec. 30, 2017)

An 18-year-old Dayton resident mauled by two vicious dogs Friday night was identified as William Talbott.

He was taken to Miami Valley Hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Dayton police said the dogs were pit bulls that attacked Talbott. 

UPDATE @ 11:15 p.m.

An 18-year-old man was walking his dog, Loki, when police said two pit bulls attacked his pet Friday night and then turned on the young man when he tried to protect his dog.

The victim was taken to Miami Valley Hospital. His injuries were serious but not life-threatening, Dayton police said.

A 911 caller told emergency dispatchers a man outside was being attacked bytwo pit bulls in the 200 block of Huron Avenue.

“They are gonna kill him!” the woman, who did not give her name, said in a call made shortly before 10 p.m. She did not stay on the line, but minutes later she called back, hysterically saying she could hear bones crushing and repeated that the dogs were killing the man.

Multiple police officers responded to the scene, and it later was reported the “dogs have been euthanized by DPD,” according to a call log from the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center.

Dayton medics and the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center also responded to the scene.

It is not known at this time who owns the dogs, nor what charges the owners may face.

Police said the man’s dog, Loki, ran away during the attack and had not yet been found.

FIRST REPORT

A man reportedly suffered serious injuries tonight in an attack involving two aggressive dogs.

Police and medics were called shortly before 10 p.m. to the 200 block of Huron Avenue after a 911 caller reported that two dogs were attacking a man next door.

According to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center, police did have to euthanize two dogs.

We are working to learn more about the man’s injuries, and how the dogs got out.

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