Teen bites Calif. officer in neck during fight
By Debbi Farr Baker
The San Diego Union Tribune
Related: The mouth is a dangerous place, not just because it can bite
EL CAJON, Calif. – A sheriff's deputy was bitten on the neck Wednesday night by a 16-year-old boy he was struggling to subdue during a rowdy encounter in an unincorporated area of El Cajon that also involved the boy's mother and brother.
Authorities say the boy tried to grab the deputy's gun and take it out of the holster during the altercation.
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