Authorities had to pepper spray at least one dog, possibly two, after a driver crashed into a Riverside marijuana dispensary Wednesday night, California Highway Patrol officials said.

[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section” curated_ids=””]CHP officers were called to the dispensary at 240 Iowa Ave. around 9:30 p.m. for a vehicle that had crashed into the business’s gate and partially into the building itself, according to a CHP dispatcher.

At some point, Animal Control officers had to be called for at least one pit bull, possibly two, running around the area, according to dispatch reports. It wasn’t immediately clear if the dogs were in the vehicle or came from another location. Eventually, officers used pepper spray on at least one of the animals, the dispatcher said.

Riverside County sheriff’s deputies were also called to assist, CHP officials said.

A person was arrested early Thursday morning, however, the person’s name and what he was arrested for was not immediately available.

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