Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Ontario, CA, 4/23/99
Wednesday, September 1, 1999
Inland Valley, California, Humane Society officer Amy
Murillo, 27, was responding to a local resident's pleas when she
attempted to call off a vicious dog. But the animal turned on
Murillo, jumping at her and causing her to fall against her vehicle.
She suffered several bites to the head and chest from the crazed
animal. Witnessing the young officer's plight, the resident who had
summoned her help returned the favor by running to his house and
retrieving a handgun. The dog then turned on the man who shot twice,
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