Pit Bull Owner Fined $2200 For Attack On Couple

A pitt bull owner in Moss Point will have to pay some hefty fines for a dog attack that sent two people to the hospital.

On Tuesday, Margaret Wounts was found guilty on one count of having a "Dog At Large" and two counts of owning a "Vicious Dog." Municipal Judge Maxine Conway ordered the woman to pay more than $2200 in fines.

Back in April, Wounts' two pitt bulls attacked Reverend Randy Kimbrough and his wife Ruth outside the Moss Point Presbyterian Church. The dogs bit the reverend on his arms and legs and his wife's arm was severely mauled.

Moss Point Police say the dogs have been euthanized.