DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A southwest Ohio prosecutor says a grand jury will consider whether anyone should be charged in the fatal mauling of a woman by two of her neighbor's dogs.
The Montgomery County prosecutor says the decision to present the case was made Tuesday after prosecutors met with Dayton police detectives.
Authorities say 57-year-old Klonda Richey was attacked by two mixed-mastiff dogs outside her home in February.
Richey was found unclothed in front of her house, her coat apparently torn off by the dogs. Police said the dogs were shot to death by responding officers.
The woman listed as the dog's registered owner and a man who also lived at the owner's house were released from jail without being charged days after the mauling. Police have continued to investigate what happened.