The Indiana State Police is investigating a domestic disturbance that ended with a child stabbed and a police officer shot in the leg.
The Pharos-Tribune reports that the incident happened at around 7 a.m. on Friday, at a residence at 294 East Maple Street Wabash. When officers arrived, a man who lives in the home, identified as William Sendelbach, 32, allegedly shot Wabash Police Department Sergeant Nick Brubaker in the leg.
The responding officers opened fire, shooting Sendelbach numerous times. Upon further investigation, they discovered a gruesome scene.
According to ISP, the suspect’s son, 10-year-old Kayden Sendelbach, was found was stabbed by his father. He was transported to the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis in critical condition.
Sendelbach is also accused of shooting at a garbage truck that was in the neighborhood doing morning trash pick up, Ink Free News reports. The driver was not injured.
William Sendelbach was airlifted from the scene and taken to a Fort Wayne hospital. His condition is still unknown. The officer shot is expected to recover.
The story continues to develop. Check back for updates.
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