The Wilson County Grand Jury handed down an indictment Friday related to the April 3 dog attack on Gladeville Elementary student Isaac Dellfield, 11.
According to Wilson County Sheriff's Office Lt. Scott Moore, Jamie C. Bosch, 41, was charged with Allowing Dogs to Roam at Large (Serious Bodily injury). She was book onto the Wilson County Jail on a $2,500 bond.
Dellfield is still recovering from very serious injuries from the two-dog attack after he got off the school bus on West Richmond Shop Road. Isaac is a student at Gladeville Elementary School. The boy was viciously attacked in his driveway after he got off his school bus on West Richmond Shop Road.
The day of the attack, Moore said the student was "viciously mauled" by two dogs, both part pit bull and Rottweiler. Moore said at first a small dog "came after the boy," and Dellfield tried to shoo him away with a sweatshirt he was carrying.
"Then two larger dogs appeared and aggressively approached the boy and started attacking him," Moore said. "It was very vicious."
Both dogs were euthanized after the mauling. Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan warned people to always have control over their dogs.
"Our thoughts and prayers have been with this young man since this horrific experience that he and his family endured," Bryan said. "Detectives conducted a thorough investigation into this incident and were able to present a strong case to the Grand Jury. I can't stress enough the importance of exercising control over your dogs and pets so that situations such as this can be prevented."
Bosch is scheduled to appear in Criminal Court Aug. 4, 2017.