A Bibb County deputy shot a stray pit bull Friday after it attacked two people, a report stated.
According to the report, the deputy responded to a call Friday afternoon at 3677 Franklinton Road. A woman who lives on that road called the sheriff’s office after her daughter was bitten on the leg while walking to a nearby store. While the deputy was interviewing the woman, the dog charged a nearby witness, grabbing him by the pants.
The deputy shouted at the dog. According to the report, the dog charged the deputy and the deputy fired two shots, one in the dog’s side and one in its head.
The woman told the deputy the dog was a stray. Neither victim needed medical treatment, the report stated.