In today's episode of how go jogging, get threatened by a dog, pepper spray it to keep it from biting you, and then get bit by the dog's owner, we bring you a 19-year-old girl from the state of California. Police reported that they've arrested Alma Cadwalader, 19, in connection with putting her teeth into the flesh of another human being all over a doggy dispute.
Police said the incident happened on a trail located in the Anthony Chabot Regional Park in Castro Valley. A jogger was running along and "used pepper spray to defend herself after Cadwalader’s dog tried to attack her."
*** FREE TRUMP 2020 FLAG ***
That's when Cadwalader allegedly confronted the jogger, which included tackling and punching her. Of course, most people defend their dogs, but most people also know how to control their dog. If the dog was about to attack the jogger, then perhaps they were freaked out and didn't want to get bit. They got bit anyway, but this time by a human.
Fox News stated, “The assailant tackled and punched the victim multiple times,” the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department said in a statement, according to KTLA. “As the victim attempted to push her assailant off of her, she was bitten on her forearm by the female, causing significant wounds.
Cadwalader was booked on suspicion of battery with serious bodily injury, false imprisonment with violence and robbery for allegedly taking the jogger’s pepper spray. It was not immediately clear whether Cadwalader has an attorney."
That's just straight up nasty.
Control your dogs and control yourself. Dogs are animals and animals can sometimes be unpredictable. We have no idea what the dog was thinking. Maybe they were scared of the jogger!
If you're jogging and you think a dog is going to bite you, then maybe jog a little bit faster!
At the end of the day, let's not bite each other.
I'm not trying to get rabies from some rabid human who can't control her dog. California has enough problems with all the poop on the sidewalks and lousy Democrats running that once beautiful state into the ground.