This video is disturbing and is going viral. It seems to show a man named Will Lafave and his 4 family members including two children and their pit bull, viciously attack a 17-year-old boy in Roseville, Michigan. The video shows the 30-year-old man attack the teen moments after he walked up. Lafave then is seen swinging at the teen before the rest of Lafave family get involved, including two young children. Another man is seen unleashing his pit bull to attack the 17-year-old. Allegedly, the altercation started because the teen was dating the sister of the family. The original video was posted to Bluestrip Richie Facebook page and got over 1.5k shares.
Another video seems to shows a separate incident with this same family and young teens. One teen is heard calling out Lafave for trying to fight a 17-year-old and later, attempting to throw a trashcan at him.
Video posted on Facebook shows the teen whom had gotten jumped then mauled by a pit bull get rescued by his older brother. After the videos went viral, Lafave took to social media to instigate more fighting we assume with the teens. The other man seen with the Pit Bull took to social media to brag about beating up the teen.
Now, people on social media are demanding justice for the teen demanding the police arrest Lafave and Scott for assaulting the teen. Some users wrote:
Whole family full of fucking pussies. Dog definitely the 1st to get killed for that. They could have fought 1 on 1 or man to man, but no.
Another user wrote:
I HOPE THEY ALL GET CHARGED SMH... THEY JUMPED HIM, MADE THE DOG ATTACK, AND HAD A LIL KID INVOLVED SMH. SHITS SICK. THEY KNEW THEY COULDN'T BEAT HIS ASS ONE ON ONE. ANYTHING COULDVE HAPPENED.. LIL KID COULDVE GOT HIT BY A CAR OR FLEW TO THE GROUND AND HIT HIS HEAD. SMH.. CHARGE ALL OF THEY ASS
Per Detroit News, police did arrive o scene yet did not make an arrest.
Roseville — Police are investigating a brawl that involved more than 12 people and a dog, officials said.
The incident happened at about 3:20 p.m. Wednesday in the 17000 block of Lowell near Martin Road and Gratiot, according to authorities.
No one requested medical assistance, Deputy Roseville Police Chief Donald Glandon said in a statement, but one person suffered injuries from a dog bite and told officers he would seek medical treatment on his own.
Police were called to the scene on a reports of a large fight. Officials said some of the combatants were residents of surrounding communities and some were Roseville residents.
Officers checked people for injuries and interviewed them. No arrests were made, but detectives are working to determine what caused the fight and whether to seek charges.