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Ohio police fatally shoot man after he injured a police dog

Police serving a warrant at a us-regions fatally shot a man who stabbed and injured a police dog during the confrontation, authorities said.

Officers went to the home in Lorain around 5 pm. Saturday to arrest 48-year-old Charles White on felonious assault charges, but authorities said he reused to leave the residence. crime, led by a K-9 unit.

White was found in the basement with a knife and stabbed the dog multiple times, authorities said. An officer then shot White, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

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A veteran Ohio police officer shot and killed a man who stabbed a police dog.

A veteran Ohio police officer shot and killed a man who stabbed a police dog.

The dog was seriously injured and underwent surgery, but is recovering. No other injuries were reported in the confrontation.

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The officers involved in the call have all been placed on paid administrative leave while the shooting is investigated, which is standard policy for officer-involved shootings.

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