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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man was arrested Friday afternoon after police say he used his pit bull as an attack dog, injuring a man.
According to an arrest report, 37-year-old Shawn Harmon got into an argument with another man over his food stamp card. Police say Harmon then hit the man with a chair and "used his pit bull as a weapon against the victim."
The dog bit the man on the leg, according to the arrest report.
The man allegedly suffered wounds to his left arm and leg. Police say EMS treated him at the scene, but he refused to go to the hospital for further treatment.
Metro Animal Services was called to the scene and seized the pit bull, taking it into quarantine.
Harmon was charged with second degree assault, according to the arrest report.