CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A Delphi man is arrested after he attempts to break into a home, just before flashing a knife at two deputies.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office responded to a possible home burglary call at 2356 N. Kerlin Avenue just after 4 Sunday morning.
When they arrived on scene, deputies said they found 30-year-old Dustin Johnson of Delphi standing outside the back door of the residence.
According to deputies, that's when Johnson flashed his knife at them. Deputies said Johnson was apprehended by K-9 Reno, and taken into custody.
Johnson was treated at White County Memorial Hospital for injuries he sustained from the dog.
Deputies said Johnson was booked into the Carroll County Jail for charges of attempted residential entry, intimidation with a deadly weapon, resisting law enforcement with a deadly weapon and possession of a controlled substance.
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