It also should be noted that Toledo forbids any household from possessing more than one pit bull. She and her husband are reported to have had 7. Furthermore, when police arrived at the house after her mauling, the dogs appeared to be fighting each other and trying to bite people. Therefore it is not hard to understand why these charges have been filed.
Adding insult to injury, a Toledo woman who was mauled by her own pit bulls has been criminally charged because of owning them. Natalie Rosas, 21, of Toledo, Ohio, was charged with failure to confine and restrain a vicious dog, a fourth-degree felony. If convicted, she faces up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine. (Click here to read the article.)