LINCOLN, Neb. -- A man was arrested in Lincoln after he reportedly stole a vehicle, hit a separate car, and bit an officer.

The Lincoln Police Department said officers were sent to the Walgreens parking lot at N 14th St. and Superior St. around 3:45 p.m. on Saturday for a report of an auto theft.

The news report stated that the victim had left the 1993 Chevy Caprice, valued at $1,828, running with the keys in the ignition while they went into the store.

According to authorities, they received another report from a different victim that the stolen Chevy had hit her 2018 Ford Fusion and drove off. The collision reportedly caused around $1,500 in damage.

Officials said the victim of the stolen Chevy saw the stolen vehicle parked at Bel Ridge Dr. and Old Glory Rd., near the Eiseley Library. Officers reportedly found the suspect inside the library and took him into custody.

Police said the suspect started to resist arrest when he was being taken to the cruiser and officers restrained him. 

As the officers tried to restrain him, the suspect reportedly bit one of officer's legs. A bottle of alcohol that the suspect had also fell onto the ground and broke, causing a cut on the leg of another officer that required stitches, LPD said.

According to authorities, 26-year-old Michael Dixon was booked at the Lancaster County Jail for theft - unlawful taking, resisting arrest, leaving an accident, no operator's license/non-waiverable, and third degree assault on an office.