Bond was set at $2500 Tuesday for the owner of two pit bulls that mauled his neighbor so badly she lost part of one leg.
Lee Carroll, 31, of Marion County, Indiana, was arrested Tuesday morning on two counts of failing to restrain his dog causing serious bodily injury and two counts of harboring a nonimmunized dog, both misdemeanors. Farroll could have to pay a fine of up to $5,000 or spend up to a year in prison.
His neighbor Brenda Hill, 68, has been hospitalized since the Jan. 25 attack, when the two dogs broke through Carroll's chain-link fence while Hill was taking out the garbage. Carroll has apologized and said he plans to plead guilty.