GAS CITY, Ind. — The Gas City Police Department arrested a man after the stabbing of a police K-9 and a gas station robbery.
Nicholas Haneline, 20, is charged with striking a law enforcement animal, resisting law enforcement, armed robbery and intimidation. He's being held on a $60,000 bond.
Police were originally called for an armed robbery at the McClure gas station at 229 West Main St.
Police began searching the area after getting a description of the suspect. When they came across Haneline, police said he stabbed K-9 Kiro in the chest. Kiro was taken to a veterinarian for treatment and later released. Kiro is expected to make a full recovery.