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36-Y-O mother of 4, is mauled to death by pack of at least 7 dogs while out walking

Alabama woman 36, mauled to death by pack of dogs while out walking

  • Ruthie Mae Brown, 36, was attacked by a pack of dogs as she walked in Nauvoo 
  • She was found dead at the scene, just three days before her 37th birthday  
  • Witnesses saw seven or eight dogs involved in the attack, and officials have caught at least four of them
  • The Walker County Sheriff's Office is investigating and the district attorney will decide whether to bring criminal charges 

An Alabama mother-of-four was mauled to death by a pack of at least seven dogs while she was out walking on Monday - just three days before her 37th birthday. 

Ruthie Mae Brown was set upon by the animals and killed at around 2pm in the town of Nauvoo.

Police say the woman, of nearby Boldo, was dead when they arrived at the scene on Jagger Road. 




She leaves behind four sons. 

'I've seen a dog bite, I've seen a dog attack but I've never seen a situation just as horrible as this,' Walker County Sheriff's Office PIO TJ Armstrong told ABC 33/40.

Armstrong said witnesses saw seven or eight dogs involved in the attack, and that officials had caught at least four of them. 

Ruthie Mae Brown, 36, was mauled and killed by a pack of dogs as she was walking down a road in Alabama on the afternoon of October 19
Brown was declared dead by the coroner at the scene where she was discovered in Nauvoo. A resident of Boldo, Ala., she leaves behind four sons

Ruthie Mae Brown, 36, was mauled and killed by a pack of dogs as she was walking down a road in Alabama on the afternoon of October 19 

The Walker County Sheriff's Office is investigating the fatal mauling and believes the dogs involved are pets. As of Monday an owner claimed two dogs that were captured, and police were seeking at least three other dogs

The Walker County Sheriff's Office is investigating the fatal mauling and believes the dogs involved are pets. As of Monday an owner claimed two dogs that were captured, and police were seeking at least three other dogs

Walker County Coroner Joey Vick declared Brown dead at about 3pm. 

A cause of death will be determined later, but the coroner noted severe trauma from a dog attack, according to the Daily Mountain Eagle.   

The Walker County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating and believes the dogs involved are pets.

An owner, who was not named, claimed two dogs that were captured after the mauling. 

 Local resident Robin Johnson told ABC 33/40 that the pack of animals was notorious for their aggressive behavior.

She said: 'It is really scary. I’ve seen them actually attack a deer.' 

She said she herself has nearly been attacked by the pack in the past, adding:  'I actually had a stick in my hand which I know the owners name and I would call the owners name and they would back off.

'They're really aggressive dogs. They were very aggressive. If I wouldn't have known the owner's name it probably would have happened to me.'

A cause of death will be determined later, but Walker County Coroner Joey Vick noted severe trauma from a dog attack

The body of Ruthie Mae Brown was found off Jagger Road in Nauvoo, Ala., on the afternoon of October 19, just three days before her 37th birthday

The body of Ruthie Mae Brown was found off Jagger Road in Nauvoo, Ala., on the afternoon of October 19, just three days before her 37th birthday

All of the dogs will be turned over to the Walker County Humane Society, Sheriff Nick Smith said. 

Police were trying to capture at least three other dogs as of Monday.

District Attorney Bill Adair will decide if there will be any criminal charges. There is not a leash law in Walker County.

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Comment by J5 on October 24, 2020 at 2:47am

I hope they killed the dogs for the killing and put the owner in jail for 20 years.

Comment by kalalala on October 21, 2020 at 3:57pm
Comment by mr1stroke on October 21, 2020 at 7:31am

Jeffrey L Donovan most people who lives and used to the burbs got real comfortable like the animals are their friends, mostly white people, its only right to carry something in case of danger when ever you are in areas thats his surrounded by jungle or woods, that is their habitat, those dogs probably did not eat for days amd may stray dogs, how the hell they were in a pack of seven, where the hell did they come from, who owns them?

Comment by Jeffrey L Donovan on October 21, 2020 at 6:52am

I agree mr1stroke, I always walk with  something for the animals. If they can get by my bum bum stick and baseball bat then good for them, but I doubt it.

Comment by mr1stroke on October 21, 2020 at 6:10am

White people are too comfortable, whether im going for bike ride or jog i pack something just in case of any wild animals, especially when im with my daughter i also carry a machete and she always ask me, anything can jump out these woods, 7 of them at leas a 380 can take care of that

Comment by stephen myers on October 20, 2020 at 11:08pm

Damn, even the dogs in AmeriKKKa are demons, sad way to die. 

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