A man is accused of breaking into the home of his teenage, ex-girlfriend and a police dog had to be used to help nab the suspect.
Around 8:20 a.m. on Feb. 13, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a trespassing report. Investigators said Gaven Coon-Crowley climbed into the bedroom window of his teenage ex.
Coon-Crowley previously threatened the victim with bodily harm, according to the sheriff’s office.
Deputies asked Coon-Crowley to leave the home, but he refused.
Officers then sent a K-9 to the attic where the suspect was hiding. The dog bit Coon-Crowley in the leg and both fell to the front porch, according to the sheriff’s office.
Coon-Crowley was taken to the hospital and later booked into jail. He was charged with unauthorized entry, entering and remaining and resisting a deputy.
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