By: KDKA-TV News Staff

KISKI TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – Police say a man attacked a Kiski Township officer called to help his granddaughter who was overdosing.

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Kiski Police say they were called to Route 56 for a possible overdose Thursday morning. The responding officer found a woman screaming outside the home, asking that her sister get some help.

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When the officer went in, police say 66-year-old William Culp, the patient’s grandfather, tried to push the officer out the door. Police say a struggle ensued, and the officer was injured.

(Photo: Kiski Township Police)

Culp was eventually taken into custody after a struggle.

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He was arraigned on felony aggravated assault against a police officer, simple assault, resisting arrest and obstructing emergency services.