TOWN OF WALWORTH, Wis. (AP) – The Walworth County sheriff’s office says no charges are expected in a pit bull attack that killed a young boy earlier this month.  Sheriff’s Capt. Dana Nigbor (NIHG’-bohr) tells The Janesville Gazette ( she does not anticipate any criminal charges being filed in the mauling.  The district attorney’s office will make a final charging decision. District Attorney Daniel Necci said Friday it was too soon to tell if his office would file charges.  Fourteen-month-old Daxton Borchardt was at his baby sitter’s home in the Town of Walworth March 6 when the two were attacked by the woman’s pit bulls. The boy was pronounced dead a few hours later.  Funeral services for Dax, as the boy was called, were held last Tuesday in Williams Bay.   The two pit bulls were euthanized.

—      Information from: The Janesville Gazette,