Two police officers were attacked with a table leg during a disturbance in a house in Sheffield.
The officers were called to a house in Remington Avenue, Parson Cross, in the early hours of yesterday morning following reports of a disturbance at the property.
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South Yorkshire Police said officers discovered 'extensive damage' to the interior of the property and came under attack as the attempted to arrest the suspect.
A man armed with a table leg attacked the officers, injuring one.
The suspect was eventually arrested after a Taser was deployed.
A police spokesman said: At 4am yesterday, officers attended an address on Remington Avenue due to a disturbance taking place.
"On arrival, the house had sustained extensive damage to the interior. The culprit still on scene attacked officers with a table leg as they tried to arrest him - causing injury to one.
"Due to the level of resistance faced, a Taser was deployed to subdue the suspect and effect their arrest.
"One officer required treatment for injuries to their arm."