Some Summit Hill residents told the borough council this week they are living in fear from a pit bull.
Ruth Gardiner said her mother lives in the unit block of East White Street. She said the mother is afraid of the dog, a neighbor is afraid, and she and her two children are scared.
The mother, Diane Templer, alleged the dog got into her yard three times, and twice grabbed her pet terrier by the throat. She said she got the larger dog to release its grip one time by hitting it with a can, while the owner called it the other time.