LITTLE EGG HARBOR, New Jersey (WPVI) -- Police seized a trio of dogs Monday afternoon after surveillance video shows them going on a rampage through a Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey neighborhood.
The video shows a man swiping a pipe at the three large dogs, trying to defend himself as they continue to come towards him.
Police say the dogs were on the run in the Mystic Islands section of the township for about an hour Monday afternoon before they were finally caught, but not before police say they bit at least six people, including John Kita, who was working in his driveway when it happened.
A Pasco County Sheriff's Office K-9 and his handler made fast work of chasing down a suspect over the weekend.
The sheriff's office released a from Deputy Carmack 's body camera showing him and his K-9, Shep chasing a suspect through a neighborhood in Hudson after a victim reported three men pulled a gun and fired in his direction.
The shows Deputy Carmack release Shep's leash and the dog race forward around a home.
The next scene shows Shep with the suspect lying face down on the ground as another deputy handcuffs the suspect, 19-year-old Daniel Joseph Still, Jr.
Deputies later caught the other two suspects. All three are charged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest without violence.
A sheriff’s spokesperson said Shep and the office’s other K-9s are invaluable.
”It provides us a step up, especially on tracking,” said sheriff’s spokesperson Amanda Hunter. “And the dogs can run much faster, too. They're able to catch up with suspects a lot quicker.”
A man almost died after swallowing two live eels in the belief the ‘folk remedy’ would cure his constipation, according to reports. Disgusting video footage shows medics removing the 20-inch animals – one of them still alive – from a male patient’s abdomen.
Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, in the eastern city of Nanjing, said he ‘has since been discharged from the intensive care unit’, but did not confirm whether the graphic clip was recorded at the facility.
Sun Haijan, deputy head of general surgery, said the unnamed man presented with intense abdominal pain and was going into shock due to a life-threatening bacterial infection.
He described how a CT scan revealed the skeletons of both creatures curled up among his internal organs after chewing their way through his colon and wriggling out of his digestive tract.
An elephant in Sri Lanka appears to have acquired a taste for the high life after it was filmed roaming the corridors of a five-star hotel in the south-east of the country.
Guests were treated to quite the surprise when Natta Kota, a fully-grown male Asian bull elephant, appeared to wander inside at the Jetwing Yala hotel before proceeding to have a gentle nose around with his trunk.
A video of Natta Kota caught in the act went viral over the weekend after being uploaded to Twitter.
The elephant, who lives in the grounds of the hotel, is well known by staff and frequently roams around the building.
Natta Kota, which means Short Tail, has been referred to as “the hotel’s most loyal patron” since 2013.
An Alaska man taking a sack of garbage to his shed on Saturday found himself briefly trapped by a bull moose. A home security camera captured Curtis Phelps trapped inside the shed with the moose outside. (Jan. 17)
This little pooch took off like a bat out of hell, right into the middle of a busy street and this woman on her bike chased him for several blocks, warning speeding cars not to run it over, putting her own life into danger.
Animal rights activists who seized a puppy from a homeless man in Paris are returning the dog after a public outcry over their behavior.
Activists from Cause Animale Nord, an animal rights group based in Lille, northern France, snatched the puppy in September from a homeless man on a street near Châtelet, central Paris, in front of stunned onlookers.
NEW YORK -
A dangerous pit bull running loose on Hoyt Street in Spring Valley, NY, attacked a baby boy taking a walk with his sister on the quiet block.
The vicious canine attacked a one-year old Jewish boy after throwing down the child’s sister who was watching him. The girl suffered a minor injury to her leg, but the dog grabbed at the baby, trying to pull him away.
A member of Chaveirim of Rockland who observed what was transpiring immediately ran to the scene and tried defending the children. He saw that the dog had locked its jaw on the baby’s garment, and he immediately drew a knife and cut the child garment to release it from the dog’s grip.
A young man ran over to help, and he was severely bitten by the pit-bull, suffering several deep bite wounds on his hand and arm.
Several members of Chaveirim of Rockland quickly arrived on the scene and immobilized the dog until the police arrived.
The young man was transported to Westchester Medical Center by Hatzolah of Rockland.
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Neighbors asserted they had complained for months to the Spring Valley Police Department for months about this dog but there was no adequate response to their complaints.
The Spring Valley Police Dept released a picture of the dog and announced that it is currently being held at the Hi Tor Animal Shelter. The SVPD said they are looking for information about the owner of the dog, and requested anyone with information to contact them at 845-356-7400.