SCOTTSBORO, AlabamaJackson County Sheriff Chuck Phillips was “attacked” by a 7-pound Chihuahua Thursday while helping serve a search warrant in Woodville and seven people were arrested on drug, animal cruelty and other charges, a sheriff’s department news release said.

Phillips received a small cut on his leg during the search a a home on Jackson County 86 in

Donald Ray Berry

Woodville, the news release said. Phillips is fine and the dog was impounded, the release said.

Sheriff’s deputies and Animal Control deputies found two, 3-foot tall marijuana plants, a small amount of methamphetamine, chemicals and materials used to make methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, the release said.

The search also found several horses in poor living conditions and the theft of electrical services at the home, the release said.

Several small children at the home were taken into custody by the Department of Human Resources.

Arrest warrants for at least two more people are expected, the news release said.

Arrested Thursday were:

* Donald Ray Berry, 43, of Woodville, charged with first-degree manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, second-degree possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, second-degree theft of services, and animal cruelty.

* The following people were each charged first-degree manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, second-degree possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia: Kisha Luna Ponce, 21, of Russellville; Alvin Lee Patrick, 39, of Woodville; Charlotte Virginia Berry, 43, of Woodville; Bobbie Lynn Stewart, 31, of Gurley; Christopher Eugene Berry, 22, of Woodville; and Curtis Ray berry, 22 of Woodville.

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