Nov. 18, 2009
http://www.seattlepi.com/local/6420ap_wa_pit_bull_killed.html SPOKANE, Wash. -- Spokane County sheriff's deputies used a stun gun on an attacking pit bull dog. It didn't stop, so they shot it with a .45-caliber handgun, and it still kept coming. They finally killed it with a blast from a 12-gauge shotgun. USE THE PEPPER SPRAY FIRST, THEN THE TAZER, TO HELL WITH THAT.

Jan 2, 2010 FATALITY
http://www.kndo.com/Global/story.asp?S=11760176 RICHLAND. Wash; -- A woman's dog is killed after an alleged attack by a pit bull. Elinor Woehler says she and her dogs were attacked when taking a morning stroll.Elinor divulged what happened that Thursday morning in Richland when her young dachshund, Pumpkin, was killed. She has cuts on her arms and tears in her eyes when as she reflected on that difficult time today. She says her family still has difficulty sleeping after the incident."It felt like we were going to be mauled to death," Elinor says while petting her dog Willow who remains close by Elinor and her husband Andrew at all times. JUST LET US WALK DOWN THE STREET WITHOUT OUR PETS BEING KILLED!!!

Feb. 5, 2010 FATALITY
http://www.nwcn.com/news/washington/Dog-dies-in-pit-bull-attack-Spokane-Valley-woman-bitten-83675787.html SPOKANE VALLEY -- Two pit bulls were taken to SCRAPS Friday morning, after attacking a dog and killing it.The Spokane County Sheriff's Department reports it happened outside a home near 3rd and Bradley.According to SCRAPS, a dog was pulled through a fence by two pit bulls. The dog died from the attack.Witnesses report the pit bulls' owner was bitten seriously and taken to the hospital.SCRAPS says the pit bulls will be put in quarantine and tested for rabies, and the deceased dog will also be tested for rabies. OH GOD, THEY TOOK THEM TO SCRAPS, A SAVIOR PIT NUTTER, THE WORST KIND.

April 4, 2010
http://www.khq.com/Global/story.asp?S=12255091 SPOKANE, Wash-- A group of kids and parents in north central Spokane were in the middle of an Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon when a couple of pit bulls from down the street got out from behind their fence and charged at them. One of the pit bulls grabbed on to one of the 6-year-old girls, biting her twice on the arm. The parents were able to run at the dogs and scare them back to their yard. The injured girl only suffered some minor bite marks. Parents don't have any idea why the dogs chose to attack the group."They came two houses down to get them," said Lindsay Baker, mother of girl bit by dog. "Obviously it wasn't because we were just too close to their house"According to Baker, this isn't the first time this neighborhood has had an issue with these dogs."I believe they've been deemed dangerous before," said Baker. "The litter of puppies that came from those dogs have been given to people around the neighborhood, has actually been put to sleep for being vicious and attacked the neighbor lady this last year, broke her wrist so it's been kind of an ongoing thing with the family of dogs"Baker called Spokanimal to notify them of the attack. They told her since the dogs were back in the yard they couldn't do anything today, but would call her back tomorrow to see what she would like to happen to the dogs.
After the story aired on KHQ Local News at 6 the pit bull's owners, Bill and Sharon Grove, contacted KHQ and said they are regretfully and deeply sorry this happened, and that the dogs will be put down. FUCKING PIT NUTTERS ALLOWING MULTIPLE ATTACKS PLUS FILLING THE NEIGHBORHOOD WITH MAULSPAWN.

April 12, 2010
http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/04/12/wapato-man-seriously-hurt-by-vicious-dog WAPATO, Wash. -- A Wapato man who was badly bitten in a weekend dog attack is now listed in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said this afternoon.David Purdy, 58, was first taken Sunday evening to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital and then transferred to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment of bites to the arms and legs. His injuries were first described as life-threatening.Sheriff’s officials say details of the attack remain unclear.The victim, who is mute from throat cancer, drove up to a friend’s house in the 500 block of Upper Bank Road, just south of Wapato, about 7 p.m. Sunday. When the man did not knock on the door, the friend found him bleeding in the car, said Stew Graham, chief of detectives for the sheriff’s office.Deputies found a possible location for the attack in the 6600 block of North Track Road, about a mile from the house on Upper Bank Road. When they tried to contact someone at that house, a pit bull became aggressive and was fatally shot by a deputy, Graham said.Deputies are still investigating today, including continuing to try to contact the dead dog’s owner for more information. HE COULDN'T SCREAM FOR HELP.

May 18, 2010 FATALITIES
http://www.nwcn.com/news/washington/Dogs-accused-of-killing-dogs-in-Mt-Vernon-94181209.html MOUNT VERNON, Wash. – Police are investigating two separate dog attacks in which smaller dogs were killed Monday. Investigators believe the same pair of Pit Bulls were responsible for both.Just before noon, police say two dogs escaped a fenced area and were running on an open yard. A relative watching the dogs reported hearing a commotion then went outside to see one of the dogs – a Chihuahua/Terrier mix – being attacked by two Pit Bulls. The relative scared the attacking dogs away by throwing potted plant at them. The Chihuahua/Terrier mix did not survive.About four hours later, a neighbor says a small Terrier mix that was on a leash in its owners back yard was attacked by two dogs matching the same description as those in the earlier attack. The Terrier mix was killed.The Pit Bulls' owner helped animal control officers track down the dogs, which had gotten out of the house where they were staying. Animal control took them into custody. The will be held while animal control investigates the incidents and determines if any other animals or people were injured.The owner tells police that neither Pit Bull has shown signs of aggressiveness.According to state law, a "Dangerous dog" is one that•inflicts severe injury on a human being without provocation on public or private property,•kills a domestic animal without provocation while the dog is off the owner's property, or•has been previously found to be potentially dangerous because of injury inflicted on a human, the owner having received notice of such and the dog again aggressively bites, attacks, or endangers the safety of humansIn Mount Vernon, residents can keep dogs that are declared "dangerous" if they meet several requirements, including registering them, paying a $500 annual fee and having the dogs sterilized. Police say there are 22 Potentially Dangerous dogs and two Dangerous dogs registered in Mount Vernon. NEVER BEEN AGGRESSIVE BEFORE, HOW MANY TIMES HAVE WE HEARD THAT ONE?