Owner of dogs that mauled singer in Penn Township could face charges

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  1. cheryl

    cheryl I started this. Staff Member

    Owner of dogs that mauled singer in Penn Township could face charges - Trib Live

    The owner of the dogs that attacked a Westmoreland County singer last week in Penn Township could face charges, according to Hoffman Animal Control, which is overseeing the case.

    Amy Demi, 41, of Hempfield, a UPS driver and member of the band Switch, was delivering a package to a Durst Road home on Aug. 28 when she was attacked by one or more of three German shepherds on the property, according to Penn Township police.

    Police Chief John Otto said Demi suffered serious injuries. Her boyfriend, Bob Armstrong, said Demi returned home from the hospital Thursday and is recovering. He didn’t comment further about her condition.
     
  2. DriverNerd

    DriverNerd Active Member

    So the worst that's going to happen to the owners is they might have to pay some restitution. She's lucky to be alive and that's the worst they'll see?