A stun gun didn’t get him, but a burglary suspect’s own dog did.
Police in California City responded to a burglary call Thursday at around 10 a.m. In the 8500 block of Catalpa Avenue.
Officers chased two suspects. They quickly caught Alvin Beverly in a nearby back yard, but Donnell Blakely ran after being shocked with a stun gun.
He jumped a nearby fence and ended up in another back yard.
It turns out, it was his own and his pit bull attacked him. Blakely was busted in his own garage and taken to a hospital for the dog bite.