Lubbock Police Officer Reportedly Attacked by Man & Dog
One person is in jail after he and his dog reportedly attacked a Lubbock Police officer.
At 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, police were called to the Nothin’ Butt Smokes in the 2200 block of 34th Street on a report of a suspicious subject.
According to Lubbock Police, the subject and his dog reportedly attacked Officer Garrett Winters.
Winters had to fight and fend off the dog while placing 54-year-old Larry Don Jordan under arrest.
Other officers arrived on the scene and helped take Jordan into custody.
Jordan was arrested and taken to Lubbock County Jail after being treated for minor injuries at University Medical Center.
Officer Winters was treated for minor injuries at UMC and released.
The dog was taken into custody by Lubbock Animal Control staff.
Jordan has been charged with aggravated assault against a public servant and criminal mischief. He has an October 2013 outstanding charge of evading arrest as well. Bond has not yet been set.