Prosecutors need more time in mauling death case

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Prosecutors want more time and information in the mauling death of Klonda Richey.

2 NEWS confirmed that prosecutors did not accept or deny charges in the case.  Instead, they want detectives to conduct more investigation into what happened.

They will re-convene a prosecutor’s panel at the end of March.

Klonda Richey, 57, was mauled to death by two dogs outside her East Bruce Avenue home on February 7.

Her neighbors, the owners of the dogs, were briefly taken into custody, but released.

 

 

 

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