California man sentenced for biting federal officer, weapons charges

A Sacramento man was sentenced to five and a half years in prison Tuesday for assaulting a federal officer and possession of a weapon to further a drug trafficking crime.

In February, Dustin Joseph Albini, 36, pleaded guilty to grabbing a Bureau of Land Management officer’s groin and biting his leg in 2015 while officers were executing a search warrant on a marijuana growth operation, The Sacramento Bee reported.

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Officers also found two handguns and drugs which Albini planned to sell in his car, court documents said, according to The Bee.

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After prison, he will have five years of supervised release, The Bee reported.