K-9 Helps Arrest Redding Burglary Suspect

The K-9 helped capture a man already wanted for drug-related crimes.

Posted: Jan 18, 2019 9:26 AM

Redding, Calif.-- A Redding Police K-9 helped captured a man suspected of breaking into an R.V.

Police say the owner found Brandon Frisbie inside at around 7 p.m. Last night/

This was at Premier R.V. Resorts off North Boulder Drive in Redding.

Police say there was a felony warrant out for Frisbie for drug-related crimes.

They also say he blocked the bathroom door to keep police out, adding a "resisting arrest" charge to his burglary and probation violation charges.

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