BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two Baltimore City Police officers were assaulted Tuesday afternoon during a call, according to police.

Police were called shortly after 4 p.m. to the area of W. Patapsco Avenue and Hollins Ferry Road.

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When officers arrived, they found a man standing in the street. The responding officer made contact with the man, and at some point, was bitten several times on the arm.

A second responding officer was also assaulted and elbowed in the eye, police said.

Both officers’ injuries were non-life-threatening.

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Two suspects were taken into custody. Police said it’s unclear if those two people are adults or minors because they are not cooperating.

Neighbors told WJZ there was a lot of commotion at the time of the incident.

“We were walking down the street and I saw from a distance cop cars and what looked to be an ambulance,” a resident said. “I’m not sure if there was a firetruck or not, but they were all across here.”

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There is no word on charges at this time.

Stetson Miller