The two Grover Beach officers injured in an incident at Mentone Basin Park on Monday were released from the hospital Tuesday morning.
Both are recovering from their injuries, according to a department tweet.
One officer is expected to make a full recovery, while the other "will require additional care and treatment."
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The extent of the injuries is unknown, but Chief John Peters did clarify that they were caused by "personal weapons" — meaning fists and feet.
Peters also declined to share the names of the officers involved due to privacy concerns.
The officers encountered a man inside the men’s restroom at the park Monday afternoon who was suspected of being involved in drug activity. The officers attempted to arrest the man, 23-year-old Trey Anthony Wilson of Grover Beach, and he resisted.
A violent struggle ensued, resulting in injuries to Wilson and both officers. Wilson was treated at a local hospital for his minor injuries and booked into County Jail, where he is being held on $81,000 bail.