Do you remember when we told you about the man who was arrested after a police stand-off? Well, there's a new wrinkle to the story. Earlier this week, on Wednesday, a 33-year-old man accused of domestic violence, barricaded himself inside his house. The incident involved threats to set his house on fire and ended with a K-9 named Ronin biting the suspect. After the standoff, the man, who is yet to be identified, was taken to St. Charles. However, the following morning, without authorization, he left on his own two-feet through the Emergency Department entrance. St. Charles reported this and within ten minutes of arrival, Bend Police officers found him in the 2100 block of Kim Lane. Just like on Wednesday, K-9 Ronin and his handler Deputy Mangin from the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, assisted the apprehension of the suspect. Bend PD took him into custody there, and then Bend Fire & Rescue transported him back to the hospital. Later, the man was released from the hospital and then jailed at the Deschutes County Adult Jail. There are no new additional charges from this incident.