Florida Man Gets 10 Years After Dogs Attack Deputies

A dog sits in a crate after being loaded onto a Louisiana SPCA truck in New Orleans, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014, for transport with other animals on a 2,458 mile drive to the Animal Humane Society in Golden Valley, Minn. The shelter is marking its 2,222 animal they have transported. Since May 2010, the Louisiana SPCA Transport Program has partnered with animal shelters and adoption facilities throughout the country. Transports are conducted at least once per month and can carry anywhere between 50-100 animals in a specially designed trailer outfitted for animals. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

A Florida man will spend the next decade behind bars, after making his pit bulls attack deputies who were arresting his wife.
According to reports, 28-year-old David William Trappman was sentenced this week by a jury in Santa Rosa County. He was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer.
Prosecutors say that deputies arrived at Trappman’s home in Milton in October 2017 to serve his wife with an arrest warrant for felony drug possession. As deputies searched for her inside, Trappman apparently agitated the two dogs, commanding them to attack one of the deputies. That is when one dog allegedly bit the deputy’s leg, which led to the other deputy fatally shooting the animal.
Trappman’s wife was found hiding under a laundry basket.