Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. SANDUSKY POLICE SUNDAY, SEPT. 9 9:36 a.m. - 1100 block Wamajo Drive, pitbull slipped out door, killed small neighbor dog, neighbor said it was the second time one of his dogs had been killed by pitbull, told police he thought pitbull had acquired "a taste for blood;' Vincent Randleman, 46, failure to confine animal. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

Comments

FredDoobler

Is that one of "the" Randleman's? If so, that would be the second time they've failed to confine an animal.

wiredmama222

Looks like its time for this pitbull to have a run at life in prison without the possiblity of parole or a death sentence for killing the neighbors dogs.  Not cool, Mr Randleman.  There is a keep your animal under control ordinance in Sandusky......REMEMBER????  This goes for you too.

seenocolor

I don't know if this is any kin to Kevin Randleman but I do know that pits don't aquire the taste of blood.

I have one.  I feed her raw meat once a week.  She hasn't killed another animal because her bloody piece of meat.  She is great with other dogs.  She's even around my grandbabies and I don't worry.

Pits that are trained to kill rabbits,squirrels, and cats think its fine to then move up to killing other pets.  The owner allowed it to progress and now doesn't know how to reverse it and probably couldn't if he tried.

I'm sorry for the pit.  Your days are numbered because your owner did you wrong......

 

pptrsha

last night  i held a pitbull puppy  around 5 weeks old that was thrown away and watched it die. i am sure it wasnt the only one.  someone threw away a litter of puppies and no one is going to be punished