Pack of angry Chihuahuas attack police officer after escaping their California home

The Associated Press

FREMONT, California – A pack of angry Chihuahuas attacked a police officer
who was escorting a teenager home following a traffic stop, authorities
said.

The officer suffered minor injuries including bites to his ankle on
Thursday when the five Chihuahuas escaped the 17-year-old boy’s home and
rushed the officer in the doorway, said Fremont detective Bill Veteran.

The teenager had been detained after the traffic incident, Veteran said.

The officer was treated at a local hospital and returned to work less than
two hours later, Veteran said.

It was the third time this month a Fremont officer was bitten by a dog
while on duty. Neither of the other officers were seriously injured.

And it was the second bizarre incident in as many hours for the Fremont
Police Department.

Two hours earlier, a homeowner in Niles reported that an intruder broke
into her home and added pornography to her computer.

The woman said she woke up and was startled to see a stranger typing away
on her computer. The intruder fled, but left behind an altered screen
saver that featured images of “erotic Indian art,” Veteran said.

Nothing was reported stolen, and neither the woman nor her nine-year-old
daughter was hurt, he said.

Fremont is about 35 miles (56 kilometers) southwest of San Fransisco.

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