By Carlos AlcalÃ¡
A suspected burglar shot Friday by a Sacramento County Sheriff's deputy is expected to survive, an official said Saturday.
The man will not be identified until he is released from the hospital and booked by the Sheriff's Department, according to Deputy Jason Ramos, spokesman for the department.
The incident took place around 2 a.m. Friday, when deputies were summoned to a burglary alarm call at It's a Grind coffeehouse on Twin Cities Road in Galt.
Officers had entered the business to investigate, and the burglar was shot in the store while running toward the door where a deputy was standing, law enforcement officials told reporters.
He was believed to be armed with a hammer and did not respond to shouts to show his hands, according to the officials.
Gunfire struck the suspect in his upper and lower body.
A second suspect, George Jett, 22, was arrested after he was found hiding under a recreational vehicle in the area.
Call The Bee's Carlos AlcalÃ¡, (916) 321-1987.