BREAKING NEWS: Deputy wounded, police dog killed during Sellersburg standoff

SELLERSBURG, IN (WAVE) – The Clark County sheriff tells WAVE 3 News that one of his officers has been wounded during a standoff. Indiana State Police say the man ran from officers while they trying to serve a warrant in Sellersburg.

ISP also said one of their police dogs was also shot and killed during the standoff.

Sheriff Danny Rodden said the man involved remains in a standoff with police at a house that does not belong to him.

Investigators said the man ran away on foot as Sellersburg police tried to serve the warrant. The suspect ran into a house on East Delaware and fired shots. It is not known whether police returned fire.

An ISP K-9 was hit by at least one bullet and killed. Sources tell WAVE 3 News the dog was Kilo, a well-known police dog that made numerous drug busts with his officer handler. It is not immediately clear whether there are hostages.

Some neighbors are being kept from their homes at this time.

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