TURNER COUNTY, S.D. (KELO) — A Turner County Sheriff’s Deputy was bitten by a dog during a call on Wednesday.
The sheriff’s office says they were called to a domestic incident at a home in Marion. Both people were separated when they arrived on scene.
As officials tried to talk to the man inside the home, a dog bit a deputy when he opened the door.
The man then went into a fighting stance and was tased before being taken into custody. He is charged with assault and assault on law enforcement, among other charges.
The sheriff’s office says a PBT was administered and the suspect’s BAC was .269%.