Cops: Man Crashed Wedding, Bit a Police Dog

Cops: Man Crashed Wedding, Bit a Police Dog A suspected wedding crasher was ejected from the venue by guest and then bit a cop and police dog.

A man crashed a wedding in Santa Barbara and when confronted by cops, allegedly bit the police dog and an officer, according to authorities.

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Police were called to the Santa Barbara Carriage Museum after a 22-year-old stranger, who may have been on drugs, crashed a wedding at the institution, cops said. 

According to the Associated Press, Sgt. Riley Harwood of Santa Barbara Police says wedding guests had managed to get the wedding crasher out of the museum. As cops arrived, the unnamed suspect allegedly punched one officer in the face and bit his shoulder, then bit the police dog accompanying the authorities.

The dog, which was confused by the melee, then accidentally bit a cop, authorities said.

Police said wthe man was handcuffed, he continued his aggressive behavior and attacked a third cop on the scene.

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The injured authorities were treated and the suspect was hospitalized and will be arrested when he’s released.

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