OVERBROOK (KSNT) – A man has been charged after his dogs were reportedly involved in an incident that left another dog dead.

Police Chief Eric Carlson with the Overbrook Police Department reports that officers responded to a call of a dog attack at 7:20 p.m. on Jan. 27 in the 400 block of Ash St. Officers found the caller who said that their dog had been attacked by two pit bulls. The dog later died of injuries sustained in the attack, according to Carlson.

Police later found and confiscated one of the pit bulls and took it to the Carbondale Veterinary Clinic. The other pit bull was shot and killed by a local resident in another incident, according to Carlson.

Police determined that the pit bulls belonged to Brennan C. Wilde, 19, of Lawrence due to witnesses who said they had seen Wilde looking for the dogs, according to Carlson. He has been charged with permitting a dangerous animal to be at large, cruelty to animals and endangerment and is set for a court appearance. Carlson said Wilde has been charged by the OPD and local prosecutors are handling the case.