Saline County women surrender on charges in fatal dog attack | Arkansas Blog

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Saline County women surrender on charges in fatal dog attack

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click to enlarge CHARGED IN DOG ATTACK CASE: Emily Coy (left) and her mother Brande Coy. - CHANNEL 4
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  • CHARGED IN DOG ATTACK CASE: Emily Coy (left) and her mother Brande Coy.
Channel 4 has the details on two Saline County who turned themselves in to authorities on charges related to a mixed-breed  dog's  fatal  attack  Nov. 21  of a 75-year-old Hot Springs Village woman.

Brande Coy, 50, was charged with manslaughter, unlawful dog attack and harboring a vicious dog. Her daughter Emily, 25, was charged with harboring a vicious dog.

According to an affidavit in the case, a dog from the same litter of bull mastiff/pit bull mixes killed a 5-year-old Jessieville boy in June.  The women also reportedly told investigators they were aware of other bites by the dog.

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