Pit bull owner guilty over police attack

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The owner of a pit bull which attacked five police officers has been found guilty of three offences of owning a dog dangerously out of control in a public place.

The attack took place on 22 March when the officers raided the home of Symieon Robinson-Pierre, 25, in east London.

Three officers required surgery on their injuries - the dog was shot by a police marksman.

Demi Tait witnessed the attack, Caroline Kisko is from the Kennel Club.

Sophie Hutchinson reports.

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