Dak Prescott Warned Twice Of Dangerous Dogs … Before Violent Attack
Dak Prescott had the chance to prevent his pit bull from violently attacking a neighbor, according to officials … who say they warned the QB MULTIPLE times his dogs were escaping from his house.
It’s all in court docs obtained by TMZ Sports … where officials allege they told either Dak, or residents of Dak’s Frisco, Texas home … TWICE that his dogs were getting out and running loose in the streets.
They say there’s a door near the Cowboys star’s garage that doesn’t close properly unless it’s locked … so they told Dak he needed to fix the issue to prevent his pit bulls from escaping.
But, the QB seemingly didn’t take care of the problem … ’cause his dogs broke out of the door once again on Feb. 25, tearing into a neighbor’s yard and attacking.
As we previously reported … a woman claims she lost part of her finger when she tried to pry Prescott’s dogs off of hers … telling 911 operators she believed her dog was “probably” injured in the attack as well.
Now, Dak’s dog, Icon, is facing a “dangerous dog” hearing … where if he’s found to be dangerous, he could be put down.
The hearing is set for March 20 at 8 AM PT.
We’ve reached out to Prescott’s attorney in the case for comment … but so far, no word back.