Police: Man arrested for punching 2 officers in face | Crime
SACRAMENTO, CA - A man was arrested after punching a parking enforcement officer and a police officer in the face Friday afternoon, Sacramento police said.
Brian Debbs, 27, was taken into custody by a K9 in the area of Meadowview Road and Freeport Boulevard after getting a call from a parking enforcement officer around 4:05 p.m., police said.
The officer said he asked Debbs, who was walking in the middle of the street, to move out of traffic; Debbs then punched him in the face through his open car window.
Police said a K9 officer was first to arrive on scene. As the officer got out of the car, Debbs charged her and violently swung his fists and punched her in the face. Police said the K9 was deployed and subdued Debbs.
The officer and the parking enforcement sustained minor injuries. Police said Debbs was believed to be under the influence of drugs during the assault.
Debbs was booked into Sacramento County Jail for multiple assault charges on an officer, violation of probation and resisting arrest.
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