Suspect surrenders after hearing Marion, Iowa police dog's bark


MARION, Iowa- A Marion police dog's bark getting credit for helping to catch a man police say fled after threatening a woman early this (Monday) morning. Police were called to 560 Bentley Drive shortly after 5 a.m., where they learned a man identified as 25-year-old Bradley Eugene Coleman of Illinois had threatened a woman and then ran away.

Police say Coleman damaged property and stole from the victim.

Coleman was found in a grassy area near Boyson Road and Agate Street. Police say when Coleman heard the police dog barking, he surrendered without incident and was taken to the Linn County Jail.

Coleman's facing a number of charges, including Violation of a No Contact/Protective Order, Theft, and Criminal Mischief.

(Photo from KCRG-TV 9)

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