ARLINGTON, KY (KFVS) - A juvenile faces charges after a reported dog attack in Arlington Kentucky in Carlisle County.
According to the sheriff’s office the minor was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and terroristic threatening.
On Sunday, Feb. 17, the sheriff’s office was called to Arlington Animal Control after seizing two dogs.
The dogs allegedly attacked and killed a 3-month-old puppy in the 100 block of Hobbs Street in Arlington, Ky.
After the dogs were seized a juvenile failed to follow deputies orders to go inside and was arrested.
Additional charges may be filed against the adults for harboring of vicious dogs.
The two dogs that were seized are being housed for at a facility maintained by the county until the incident is resolved by the court.
According to the sheriff’s office: the City of Arlington has ordinances in place that govern pets within the city. Carlisle County has provisions that require the annual licensing of dogs within the county limits.