By Cameron Glenn

LINCOLN (CBS13) – A Rocklin man is under arrest on suspicion of various crimes, including choking a sheriff’s dog that tried to stop him from running away.

Last week, deputies from the Placer County Sherriff’s Office were sent to rural Lincoln to help find and arrest 36-year old Sean Gray, of Rocklin, who was wanted for allegedly burglarizing a commercial building.

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Deputies were tipped off to Gray’s location after someone called 911 and reported a suspicious male walking in the area of Gladding and Wise Roads, according to a sheriff’s office statement. 

A deputy went to the scene and found Gray, who initially complied with the deputy, but as a sheriff’s department K-9, Ronin, and his handler arrived to assist with the arrest, Gray allegedly took off, jumped over a fence, and ran into a large field. Ronin jumped over the fence and found Gray. When he did, though, Gray allegedly choked and assaulted Ronin.

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Gray also allegedly resisted arrest by deputies.

Gray was eventually taken into custody is facing charges of burglary, resisting arrest, and assault on a sheriff’s office K-9.

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We are grateful Ronin is doing well, as this is the second time he has been assaulted by a suspect, in a matter of several weeks.