Jul 06, 2007 Eight pit bulls were seized and three arrested for dogfighting
In the first six months of 2007 at least 300 dogs were confiscated by the Chicago animal crimes unit, most of them were pit bull fighting dogs. Chicago's animal control's policy is to try and adopt these hundreds of fighting dogs back into the community.
Chicago - Using a different strategy to combat suspected gang activity, Chicago police said Thursday they searched a Southwest Side home and arrested three individuals on suspicion of dogfighting.
Since the beginning of the year, at least 300 dogs have been confiscated by the unit, he said. The majority were pit bull terriers that showed signs of being used as fighting dogs, officers said.
More than a dozen individuals have been charged this year with felony dogfighting, police said.
Who runs CACC and why won't Chicago Punish Irresponsible Pit Bull Owners?