PACIFICA - Preliminary results from an autopsy performed Friday on a pregnant woman found mauled to death in her Pacifica home show that one of her two pit bulls was likely responsible for killing her, police said Monday.Darla Napora, 32, was found Thursday afternoon when her husband came home from work and said their 2-year-old male pit bull was hovering over her badly mauled body, according to police. Read More
Last week’s tragic fatal pit bull mauling of a pregnant woman in Pacifica has raised inevitable questions about the safety of owning the dogs. While pit bulls are regulated in San Francisco with strict breeding licenses, plus spay and neuter requirements, no such breed-specific regulations exist in Pacifica. Read More
When Darla Napora’s husband, Greg, left for work Thursday morning, he didn’t know it would be the last time he’d see his wife alive.
By noon, though, Greg Napora returned to their Pacifica home to find his wife’s pregnant body laying in the front part of the house. She was not breathing. She had been mauled to death by the couple’s 2-year-old pit bull. Read More
A pit bull mauled a pregnant woman to death inside her Pacifica home Thursday. Darla Napora, 32, was found dead in the front room of her home in the 500 block of Reina Del Mar Ave., according to Pacifica police Captain Dave Bertini. Her husband discovered the body after returning home from work. Read More