Sacto 9-1-1
March 5, 2012
Sacramento police officers suffer minor injuries in effort to return teen to parents

Officers sustained minor injuries early this morning when a teen who was reported missing attacked them after they found her, Sacramento police said.

Officers had been looking for the 17-year-old and believed she was with her 19-year-old boyfriend. They received information that the couple might be in a Natomas industrial park in the 4300 block of Pell Drive.

They found her vehicle at the location in a parking lot and entered a warehouse. There, police said, they spoke with Subhi Shehadeh, 19, who fit the description of the boyfriend.

He denied knowing the girl but officers found her hiding inside the warehouse, police said. She assaulted two of the officers, biting, scratching and kicking, according to activity log.

Both officers were injured on their arms and hands. The girl and Shehadeh were arrested.

Shehadeh was booked on suspicion of detention of a minor to conceal from parent, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and resisting officers.

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