Bond denied for great-grandma in dog attack that killed baby

Bond denied for great-grandma in dog attack that killed baby

EVANS, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – Bond was denied Tuesday for a lady who’s charged in a March 22 pet attack that killed her 7-thirty day period-old excellent-granddaughter in Martinez.

Migdelia Guadalupe was billed with 2nd-diploma murder in the dying of the lady she was having care of.

At the bond listening to Tuesday, a prosecutor said there was a 20-minute hold off in calling law enforcement just after the pet dog fatally attacked Serenity Garnett, of Grovetown, at 3701 Columbia Drive, the place the wonderful-grandmother rented a home. The canine belonged to the home’s co-owner.

The prosecutor said that right after the assault, Guadalupe ran out of the home to check with for assistance.

Guadalupe — also hurt in the attack but considerably much less seriously than the lady — was arrested just after getting unveiled from the medical center, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Place of work stated.

The loved ones was at the bond listening to but did not want to talk to Information 12.

Former Protection:

An incident report suggests deputies responded about 12:15 p.m. March 22 to the home and discovered the wonderful-grandmother and the female becoming taken care of by hearth crews for accidents.

The wonderful-grandmother experienced lacerations and puncture wounds on her arms.

The child, also with many lacerations and puncture wounds, was not respiratory when deputies arrived. Fire crews have been executing CPR on her.

The dog belongs to Donna Marie Mills, 58, who splits possession of the residence with her brother, Danny Mills, 55, deputies wrote.

Danny Mills told animal manage officers the siblings attained ownership of the dwelling after their mothers and fathers died. Donna Mills was incarcerated, and Danny Mills does not live at the household, in accordance to authorities.

The puppy was an American bulldog-Great Pyrenees mix named Blade.

Prior problems

The attack wasn’t the initial time for animal management officers to check out the residence.

According to Columbia County information, officers ended up identified as there on Nov. 5, 2017. In that occasion, Blade was the target, according to a report by animal regulate officers. Officers wrote that an American bulldog blend jumped into the yard and fought with Blade right before jumping back out of the yard. Each canines experienced wounds, according to officers.

On April 1, 2017, animal handle officers have been contacted by first responders because a canine at the property was guarding its operator and preserving her from obtaining health care care. The animal regulate report doesn’t specify regardless of whether Blade was the pet dog included.

On Nov. 27, 2007, officers had been requested to look at on the welfare of a Chow pet dog at the residence. Soon after conversing with the dog’s owner, identified as Earl Mills, they identified the doggy in excellent overall health with shelter and drinking water but with some matted fur.

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