A 34-year-old man was shot with a stun gun after police responded to the report of a restraining violation in Portland on Tuesday morning.
It happened at a home in the 6300 block of Southeast 62nd Avenue at 8:20 a.m.
Officers arrived and were told the suspect was in a bedroom.
They went to make contact with the man and take him to custody, but he immediately began to fight with police, detectives said.
Officers used pepper spray and a stun gun on the suspect multiple times, but he was unaffected and ran out of the house, investigators told FOX 12.
Additional officers arrived in the area and caught up with the suspect at Southeast 62nd Avenue and Duke Street, where he again was shot with a stun gun multiple times, but continued to resist arrest, police said.
He was eventually taken into custody and placed into maximum restraint by five officers.
The suspect was then taken to an area hospital for treatment and will be booked into the Multnomah County Jail upon his release.
His name and charges will be made public at that time, officers said.
Two officers suffered exposure to pepper spray and minor cuts during the struggle to get the suspect into custody.
Both officers were treated at the scene by medical personnel and released to duty.
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