No charges in dog attack that killed Enfield woman; dog ordered to be put down

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SUFFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Charges will not be filed for a deadly dog attack in Suffield.

Janet D’Aleo, 95, was attacked and killed in November while visiting a home on Thrall Avenue.

D’Aleo, of Enfield, was taken to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield where she died of her injuries.

Suffield Animal Control has ordered the pitbull/pointer mix to be put down.

Former State Representative and animal rights activist Annie Hornish owns the dog. She is appealing.

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