Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott Cited After His Dogs Hospitalized 2 Folks with Injuries
A rottweiler owned by Dallas Cowboys running support Ezekiel Elliott got loose in his Frisco neighborhood and bit two folks, per Tom Steele of the Dallas Morning Recordsdata.
Per that file, "Police said that Frisco Animal Services, which is a division of the police division, was called about 9: 30 a.m. Thursday to the Starwood neighborhood, the effect Elliott lives, about three loose dogs."
Whereas the dogs had been sooner or later caught, certainly one of them bit two folks, who had been every hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. Elliott has not been charged with against the law at present but was given three animal-at-super citations, with the rottweiler being saved in a required 10-day quarantine.
Elliott was sued closing summer season by a lady who claimed that three of his dogs attacked her. She sought damages between $200,000 and $1 million after having surgical procedure on her injuries, with that litigation still ongoing.
Police did not press charges in that incident.
The 25-year-worn running support has spent his entire educated occupation with the Cowboys, rushing for 979 yards and six touchdowns in 15 video games closing year.