California woman arrested after biting jogger who pepper-sprayed her dog

A woman jogging

A woman jogging

The jogger tried to defend herself with a pepper spray, and was later attacked and bitten by the dog's owner.

A jogger was attacked by a dog in a California park, but police say it was the dog's owner who left bite marks on her arm.

Nineteen-year-old Alma Cadwalader of Oakland was arrested Friday by police with the East Bay Regional Park District.

Alma Cadwalader, 19, was arrested on suspicion of battery with serious bodily injury, false imprisonment with violence and robbery. "This pet owner stopped her in her tracks on the trail", he added.

Cadwalader was with two dogs at the time of the incident, authorities said. According to the Police, as stated in the news report, the attack by the teenager on the jogger was a "violent response" to the dog being pepper sprayed.

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"She tried to defend herself". When the jogger attempted to push the attacker off of her, Cadwalader allegedly bit her forearm.

Dahm said Cadwalader was trying to take the pepper spray when the jogger grabbed her and started to hit her.

In an updated post, Parks Officer wrote: "On 01/04/19, a warrant was issued by an Alameda County Judge and an arrest was made by East Bay Regional Park District Police Officers".

"Based on the nature and severity of the crime, police are asking the public's assistance to help identify this female", the release read. "There are no other outstanding suspects involved in this incident".

Police with say Cadwalader then confronted the jogger, tackling and punching her.

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