A violent and dangerous pit bull in Carolina Beach, North Carolina, has proven to be deadly - but Carolina dog bite laws say the dog can stay in the neighborhood.

On Sunday night, police confirmed that the dangerous pit bull had mauled another dog to death and that the dog has a history of injuring pets in the neighborhood. Neighbors worry about the wellbeing of their children and themselves with the dangerous dog living yards away - but North Carolina dog bite law insists that if a dog has not attacked a human, it is allowed to go free.

The dog is at animal control until Tuesday, when the owner of the dog is allowed to pick up her vicious pet. Although the dog has been deemed dangerous - which means the owner would be liable for any future dog attacks on humans - it can still live in a quiet neighborhood, even if the neighbors live in fear.
 
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