CBS 12 News found out that this wasn't the dog's first attack.
A police report says the dog's owner left his gate open.
The victim's grandmother said, "All I could say was please Lord please don't let anything bad happen to my baby, like I said she's only a child."
|This is the idiot owner who fell chasing after his pit bull|
|Intently eyeing his prey - typically a child or elderly person|
Four-year-old Zamaria Williams is out of the hospital and smiling, but she has a lot of bandages. The family says the pit bull clamped down and wouldn't let go, It happened in a Boynton Beach neighborhood Tuesday.
CBS 12 News found out that this same dog had at least one bite case on record from Christmas Day 2012, and there may be even more.
|This is where the pit bull owner lives|
The dog's owner didn't want to talk with CBS 12 News on camera Wednesday night. Right now the dog is quarantined again while officers investigate this latest bite.
CBS 12 News wanted to know why this dangerous dog was still in this Boynton Beach neighborhood. Right now we are still waiting on an explanation from authorities [deserving of a "bad cop" label].
(CBS 12 - June 18, 2014)