State troopers: CT man put police k-9 in headlock

STAFFORD — a person was taken into custody through ok-9 apprehension after he allegedly put the police dog right into a headlock while fleeing from troopers over the weekend, in line with police.

Connecticut State Police on Monday spoke of troopers answered to Orcuttville road in Stafford round 7 p.m. Saturday after a lady suggested a man took her car devoid of permission.

The victim recognized the suspect as Joseph McCormack, 29, police stated.

Police pointed out the lady called them on Saturday when McCormack lower back her 2006 Chrysler minivan that he took devoid of her permission on Friday.

When a trooper replied, police said McCormack to tried to run away.

one more trooper and his k-9, Drago, answered and commenced a tune on McCormack’s scent. The okay-9 group tracked for a couple of mile and a half, and found McCormack attempting to bury himself in snow and brush in a closely wooded area, the police report talked about.

The trooper urged McCormack to give up, but the man took off working again, the file spoke of.

The trooper deployed his police dog after the suspect.

“McCormack placed k-9 Drago in a headlock and began to combat with Drago,” the document spoke of. “Drago broke free from McCormack’s dangle and apprehended McCormack.”

Troopers cuffed McCormack, who become taken to Johnson Memorial sanatorium to be treated for minor accidents. He became released presently after and brought to Troop C to be processed.

McCormack become charged with taking a motor automobile with out the proprietor’s permission, two counts of interfering with an officer and crook try and intentionally injure a police ok-9, police stated. He was held on a $25,000 bond.

just before his arrest this weekend, police observed, McCormack was out on bond “for a myriad of charges.”