An aggressive pit bull had to be subdued by a stun gun after escaping from an officer, according to a Rock Hill Police report.
Officers were dispatched to an Orr Drive address to control a loose pit bull running in the street around 1 a.m. Wednesday, the report states. Police grabbed the dog by the small piece of rope on its collar. A neighbor told police who the dog’s owner was and they walked over to that person’s home.
While walking, the dog pulled away from officers, the report states. The pit bull went to the backyard of another Orr Drive home, where it began to attack another dog, police say.
Police grabbed its collar again, but it still pulled away and attacked the dog, the report states. An officer had to deploy his taser to subdue the animal.
The pit bull’s owners were notified that the dog was being seized by York County Animal Control. The owners said they don’t want the pit bull back.