The fate of Charlie — the American Staffordshire terrier on death row for attacking a police horse five months ago — has been extended until Jan. 11, when a U.S. District Court will take up the case.
Meanwhile, the City Attorney’s Office offered to have Charlie transferred to a rescue organization so long as his owner gives up custody.
A proposal to relocate and rehabilitate the pit bull facing death for attacking a police horse has been rejected by the City Attorney’s Office, leaving the dog’s fate in limbo.
Charlie has been in custody at San Francisco's Animal Care and Control Center since Aug. 6, when he attacked a U.S. Park Police horse at Crissy Field. Stoney, the horse involved in the incident, suffered lacerations to its leg. The attack occurred at an off-leash area of Crissy Field. Read More