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Texas RV Park Owner Arrested In Vicious Dog Attacks, Warrant Out For Ex-Manager

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On Wednesday, the alleged owner of several vicious dogs that attacked and injured at most four women in an RV park north of West was taken into custody on felony charges. Deputies are continuing to look for the former park manager.

McLennan County Sheriff’s Office agents have taken Charles Stanley, 52, into custody. They also have a warrant out for Mendy Jackson Hughitt, former manager of Waco North RV Park. Each is facing a third-degree charge of felony attack by dogs.

Stanley is also charged with Class A misdemeanor interference in an emergency request for aid. He allegedly took the phone from one of the victims who attempted to call for help following the attack.

Because arrest affidavits containing details of the allegations were unavailable, it was unclear Wednesday night whether Stanley or Jackson-Hughitt were being charged with any of the reported attacks.

Both Jackson and Stanley were cited for their dogs not being vaccinated. They were also given dangerous dog notices.

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