Dog thief and woman selling miniature bully in gunfight

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West Park, Florida – A woman in South Florida nearly died because of two dogs she sold.

On Monday night, she had a gun battle with three people who tried to rob the dog, and the whole process was captured by the camera. The video was obtained exclusively by Local 10 News.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office said on Wednesday morning that one of the suspects, a 16-year-old boy, had been arrested. Investigators believe that the other two are also minors.

The woman said she was worried about the safety of herself and her girlfriend and was forced to open fire after a group of young men shot her.

A bullet nearly missed her head, and she hid behind the car looking for cover.

“We have someone knocking on the door,” she said. “I noticed the face of one of them.”

The three boys clearly visible in the ring video went to the woman’s home in West Park at around 7:30 pm on Monday evening.

A South Florida woman nearly died because of two dogs she sold.
A South Florida woman nearly died because of two dogs she sold.

She said that she raised exotic dogs and thought they were here to inquire about them, but she said that she noticed something wrong, so she asked: “What the hell is going on? As soon as I turned around, he caught me , His children are crazy.”

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One of the men caught the woman and pointed a gun at her, struggling.

“As soon as I turned around, the other person standing here put his arm around me and pointed a gun at my head. I started screaming, trying to get myself out of trouble,” she said.

The trio took off with two miniature bullies. They are each worth about US$4,000.

The robber did not leave quietly and shot the woman. At this time, she entered her home and took her gun.

“I will do anything to protect my girlfriend and my home, and my biggest goal is to make sure that she is fine and that we can live until tomorrow,” she said.

Investigators in the Broward Sheriff’s Office said the woman was defending her home and she did not face any charges.

The representatives said that there were a total of four men involved, and some were waiting in an escaped car.

They are actively investigating and hope to get help from the public.

Anyone who thinks he recognizes any of these men or has criminal information, please call Broward’s Fight Crime Hotline at 954-493-TIPS.

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