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MCSO K-9 sinks teeth into fleeing felon

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Rosnack, 25, has several prior arrests for grand theft, shoplifting and contempt of court. Rosnack, 25, has several prior arrests for grand theft, shoplifting and contempt of court.
BRADENTON, FL (WFLA) - A 25-year-old Bradenton woman already on felony probation was arrested late Saturday night on a variety of charges including domestic battery.

Elizabeth Anne Rosnack put up quite a struggle before being taken into custody and suffered a K-9 bite in the process. She was booked into the Manatee County Jail where she is being held without bond.
 
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According to a Manatee County Sheriff’s Office report deputies were dispatched to 1510 33rd Ave. East at approximately 11:30 p.m. in response to a domestic disturbance call. Mario Corona, a 24-year-old Bradenton resident, told investigators that the suspect had battered him following an argument.

Deputies also discovered that Rosnack had two outstanding felony arrest warrants for prior infractions. The suspect was convicted in Sarasota and Manatee counties on grand theft and trafficking in stolen property charges in 2012 and 2013 and was on felony probation.

When Rosnack realized she was about to be arrested she fled to the back yard of a nearby residence. A MCSO K-9 Unit was brought in and found her hiding behind an appliance. She was told to surrender on several occasions before the K-9 moved in to subdue her.

Rosnack was transported to Manatee Memorial Hospital for treatment before being booked into the jail. She is no stranger to law enforcement on the Suncoast with prior arrests for shoplifting, contempt of court and violating the terms of probation.

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