Emako Mendoza

WOMAN MAULED BY PIT BULLS DIES AFTER THIRD AMPUTATION

December 27, 2011 (San Diego)—Emako Mendoza, 76, the Paradise Hills woman mauled by a neighbor’s two pit bulls in June, died on Christmas Eve after being hospitalized December 23 due to complications from those injuries, according to the Medical Examiner.


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DOG OWNERS ARRESTED IN SEVERE DOG MAULING

Injured Woman Remains Hospitalized

July 2, 2011 (San Diego County) -- The owners of two pit bull dogs that attacked and seriously injured a 75-year-old woman were arrested this evening for owning dogs that caused serious bodily injury, a felony. Carla and Alba Cornelio (ages 19 and 39 respectively) were taken into custody after an arrest warrant  was issued following  an investigation  by County animal control officers into the June 18 incident.


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ELDERLY WOMAN FIGHTS FOR LIFE AFTER ATTACK BY NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULLS

 

June 18, 2011 (Paradise Hills) – A 75-year-old woman has suffered injuries that are “life threatening” after her next-door-neighbor’s two pit bull dogs attacked her early this morning, according to Sgt. Ray Battrick with the San Diego Police Department.

 

Emako Mendoza was in the backyard of her home at 5800 Alllegheny Street in Paradise Hills when the dogs entered her yard through a hole in the fence.


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