WALDORF, Md. - Charles County Sheriff's Office have arrested a woman after she ordered her pit bull to attack an officer.
Officers were called Tuesday to a doctor's office in Waldorf for a woman with a pit bull who refused to leave. Upon officer arrival 21-year-old Courtney Jones of Upper Marlboro was asked to leave the establishment.
Officials say that Jones refused to leave and was escorted out of the building. Once outside, officers say that Jones stopped and ordered the dog to attack. The pit bull attacked and bit the officer's foot, which was protected by his boot. Officers then took control of the pit bull.
Officers say that Jones kicked and yelled during the arrest, as well as, shattered the police cruisers rear window.
Jones now faces first-degree assault, reckless endangerment and other charges.
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