OAKLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- A suspect is in custody after a wild chase in an Oakley neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.
Police say bounty hunters tried taking a wanted parolee into custody a few hours ago, but the suspect ran for it.
He made it onto the roof of a home and took off jumping from rooftop to rooftop along Third Street.
Then the man broke into a house and barricaded himself in the basement - the family upstairs heard the commotion and ran out.
Officers say the suspect tried setting a fire.
A police dog was sent in, and Lt. Roberts of Oakley Police Department explained what happened next, "they tried getting him out. He struck a police dog with a pipe or a stick. But he's in a crawl space and they can't get him out."
Officers tased the suspect and fired at him with a bean bag shotgun, then took him into custody and to the hospital for evaluation.
The police dog he's accused of hitting is reported to be okay.