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Police kill dog after mauling
[Santa Ana, CA]


February 05, 2001
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Police kill dog after mauling
[Santa Ana, CA]

By Aldrin Brown
February 2, 2001, Friday
Copyright 2001 Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service
The Orange County Register
February 2, 2001, Friday

(SANTA ANA, Calif.) -- A bull mastiff dog was shot and killed by police Thursday, moments after attacking an off-duty sheriff's forensic specialist and her dog outside her home.

Tamara Jurjis of Santa Ana lost a 4-inch chunk of flesh from her upper right arm and suffered puncture wounds to her buttocks, and bumps and bruises to her face during the 1:50 p.m. attack. Her dog also suffered minor injuries after the melee, which occurred at a condominium complex in the 1400 block of Cabrillo Park.

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[Santa Ana, CA]





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