A boy is recovering after he was assaulted by an adult in Chico this evening.
Police received a call about a suspicious man in the area near East Avenue and North Avenue just before 6 p.m. this evening.
Few details of the actual assault have been released at this time, but reportedly the man tried to offer the boy drugs for sale.
When the boy refused to buy any drugs, the man attacked grabbing, and possibly biting, the child. Police have yet to confirm this information.
The man was detained by police, restrained and taken away in an ambulance.
No word on if the man will face any charges at this time.
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