An Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff’s Department dog attacked a supervising fleet technician in his office during a simulated building search. The employee suffered multiple lacerations and puncture wounds and is on injury leave, the Orange County Register reported.

County Supervisor Todd Spitzer told the Register that handlers should have cleared the Public Works building of civilians before releasing the dogs.

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