'Pit bull-type dog' attack leaves Indiana sheriff's deputy dead, child injured

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Marion County Sheriff’s deputy was killed while dogsitting “pit bull-type dogs.”

The deputy, identified as 46-year-old Tamieka White of Indianapolis was found injured inside a garage when police responded to reports of an aggressive dog, according to Fox 59.

They had to “destroy” the dog before they could get to White. She was pronounced dead on the scene. 

White’s 8-year-old son, who was also at home, was bitten by the same dog and was taken to a local hospital, where he is listed in “good” condition.

White had been a deputy with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department since 2007 and worked in the Judicial Enforcement Division. 

The IACS will hold the dogs as part of their investigation.

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