SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento SWAT officer fatally shot an aggressive dog that allegedly attacked them in the yard of a home while they were serving a search warrant.

Sacramento police say the incident happened at a home along the 600 block of Las Palmas Avenue on Tuesday.

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The dog reportedly attacked and bit one of the SWAT officers, prompting one officer to shoot the animal. The dog later died, police say.

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A cache of guns were later seized during the search warrant, including: 2 AR-15 style rifles, a MAC-style assault weapon, and 13 handguns. Of those weapons, police say nine of them were “ghost guns” that were privately manufactured and unregistered – with one of the weapons having fully automatic capabilities.

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One suspect, 33-year-old Kianti Gix, was arrested after the search warrant on multiple firearm-related charges.