Woman convicted in dangerous dog attack case to serve 90 days in jail

Stanyelle Miles-McCloud to serve time on weekends


SAN ANTONIO – A judge ordered a 31-year-old woman who was found guilty in a dangerous dog attack to serve 90 days in jail.

Stanyelle Miles-McCloud will serve jail time on weekends. 

Miles-McCloud was already sentenced to 10 years probation following her conviction in January on dangerous-animal attack charges.

Judge Joey Contreras also ordered her to never own a dog.

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A 70-pound pit bull owned by Miles-McCloud and her 37-year-old husband, Alphonso McCloud, attacked the couple's neighbor, Doris Mixon-Smith, 73, in March 2017. 

The attack, which prosecutors described as a mauling, was so severe that Mixon-Smith's left arm was severed above the elbow, and her face was punctured by dog bites.

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Alphonso McCloud was sentenced in January to four years in prison.


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