Chino police killed 2 dogs in an attack on multiple animals

Chino Police Department officers shot two loose dogs that had attacked multiple people and killed a third one Thursday.

Officers responded at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday to a call about two loose dogs that had attacked a 50 year-old man.

The Police Department stated that officers arrived on the scene to find the man with serious injuries to his legs. He was then taken to a local hospital by ambulance.

Police found the dogs in the yard of a residence on the 13100 block 11th Street. Although the Inland Valley Humane Society was called to help secure the dogs, the officer from the Humane Society who arrived at the scene was also attacked by the aggressive dogs.

Fearing for the immediate safety of the Humane Society officer, and after learning that the dogs had also killed a neighbor’s dog, officers determined that the loose dogs posed a lethal threat to people in the area.

According to the Police Department, officers used their guns to kill and shoot both dogs.

The Humane Society officer sustained serious injuries and was rushed by ambulance to a local emergency room.

The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with any information regarding the loose dogs can contact Sergeant Olden of Chino Police Department at (909-334-3055).

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