Under the radar, dogfights persist
“Almost every case we've had has a drug element to it. ... Who has the loose cash other than drug dealers to bet $10,000 on a dogfight?”
Dogfights aren't easy to find - in the coastal Carolinas or elsewhere - unless you have spare cash, connections and a personal invitation.
Law enforcement most often discovers fighting dogs during drug raids. They say getting the problem under control will require more awareness and leads from citizens.
Horry County Support Services Capt. Saundra Rhodes said pit bulls remain status symbols among dealers, who often keep the muscular canines on display. 'I know they use them for protection from the police and people trying to rob them,' she said. Read more
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#1 Aug 21, 2007
we were in walteboro this weekend helping my sister build her house.she lives at 28 koger rd. our 17 week old pit bull puppy disapeared.he is brown and has green eyes,black coller,and snorts like a pig.his name is brutus.you might want to look in that area.we have been training him to be non agressive.i cant handle the thought of someone trying to fight him.if anyone has seen him please contact me
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