A man from Massachusetts was first attacked by two pit bulls and then killed by a crossbow
A man whose name was not disclosed was attacked by two aggressive dogs in his own apartment at 19 Bellevue Avenue, Adams. He was pretty bitten by furious dogs and tried to escape by barricading himself in one of the rooms.
The neighbor reacted to screams and noise, who, using a crossbow, tried to protect the man. According to the neighbor, when he entered the room. He saw two aggressive pit bulls, he shot right at one of the dogs and hit, but the bolt went through the dog, then broke through the door, behind which the tenant was hiding.
Having pierced the door, the arrow also mortally wounded the man.
Arriving at the scene, two police officers and their service dogs, entering the apartment, also caught two evil dogs and used service weapons to neutralize the threat.
It is reported that both pit bulls were shot dead on the scene.
In addition to dogs and a man, a child was also in the apartment, his age and name were not disclosed, but it is known that he was not injured.
“The police-involved shooting that killed the dogs is being investigated by State Police crime scene services and forensic scientists assigned to the DA’s Office, along with Adams Animal Control, Adams Police, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner,” reports WWPL 22 News.
According to official information, the police consider the death of a man as an accident, the crossbowman will not be charged.