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WATCH: K-9 bites bystander during search for suspect, Minnesota police making policy changes

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -


Police in St. Paul, Minnesota say they're making some policy changes after one of their K-9 officers bit a man. 

Police released body camera video of the incident which happened Friday. 

According to police, officers were searching for an armed suspect when a bystander, who was not a suspect, was ordered to lie on the ground while police conducted their search. 

The K-9 then bit the man. Fortunately, that man wasn't seriously injured. 

St. Paul's mayor says they're implementing temporary restrictions on the deployment of police dogs until a full audit can be done. 

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