On 17 May 2018, numerous publications picked up on an odd local news story out of Carter County, Oklahoma, reporting that a woman had been mauled and killed by a pack of small dachshund dogs. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below. Begin by entering your email address in the field below or call 903-548-4010 Email Address * Logged in as: Log into Member Center Not you?
Notice: You're using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant says 52-year-old Tracy Garcia was killed last week near her home outside Ardmore, about 90 miles south of Oklahoma City. According to the shelter’s euthanasia technician, six of the dogs are believed to be standard dachshund and terrier mix. Their ages “ranged from probably a year to about three years.” It was also noted by her that the oldest one could have been the mother of the rest.
Log out * denotes required fields We're sorry, but only one entry is allowed per person. More >> Statistics show the grim reality of failing to buckle up: 224 Oklahomans lost their lives in 2016 as a result, and four of them were children. The Carter County Sheriff's office currently has an ongoing investigation regarding this incident. The Daily Ardmoreite ~ 117 W. Each dog weighed under 40 pounds. (Carter County Sheriff) An Oklahoma woman was mauled to death by a pack of seven small dogs while she was walking near her home.
Another is believed to be a border collie mix. An Oklahoma woman was mauled to death when seven dogs, allegedly belonging to a neighbor attacked her. She died of her injuries. The Carter County Sheriff said Tracy Garcia, 52, was mauled by seven of her neighbor's dogs Thursday evening near the intersection of Banyon and Mary Niblack roads, just east of Ardmore. Thank you for your continued interest.
According to local news reports, police are investigating whether criminal charges against the dogs’ owner are in order. Sheriff Chris Bryant said all seven dogs involved in the attack were mixed breeds, and all were under 40 pounds. More >> The 929 shoes -- all painted white -- represent the number of people who lost their lives in Texas last year as a result of failing to fasten their seat belts.
All of the animals appeared to be a mix of Dachshund and some sort of terrier, Layton said. Aldridge stated he estimated the weight of the animals from 35-60 pounds, and confirmed that the animals were infested with fleas and ticks. Neighbors say dogs running loose in the area are a common occurrence. None weighed more than 40 pounds, according to Ardmore Animal shelter technician Amanda Dinwiddie.
ARDMORE, Okla. This is just a bad deal all the way around." The sheriff said he hopes to have the autopsy results and other relevant information ready for the district attorney's office by Tuesday morning. More >> In honor of National Police Week, Durant police remembered their comrades who lost their lives in the line of duty on Thursday evening. The oldest of the dogs was reportedly slightly larger and could have been mixed with Border Collie or similar.