Sacto 9-1-1
February 22, 2012
Charges pile up for shoplifting suspect accused of biting Sacramento deputy

A shoplifting suspect had the book thrown at him after he allegedly bit a Sacramento County Sheriff's deputy.

Deputies were called to the Walmart store in the 5800 block of Antelope Road about 7 p.m. Tuesday where store security officers were detaining Breyon D. Wilson, 20, a shoplifting suspect.

When deputies arrived to take Wilson into custody, he tried to run, according to a sheriff's department press release. A struggle began and Wilson bit one of the deputies on the arm.

Eventually, he was subdued and placed under arrest. He was later booked on suspicion of mayhem, battery on a peace officer, resisting an executive officer, committing a crime while out on bail and theft.

The deputy went to a hospital for evaluation but did not sustain any significant injury, according to the department.

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