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Man shot after stabbing K-9 in Rancho Santa Fe identified

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This picture shows K-9 Banjer who received stitches for his wound. He will be on light duty and training as he recovers. ( Photo courtesy: @SDSheriff | December 3, 2016) This picture shows K-9 Banjer who received stitches for his wound. He will be on light duty and training as he recovers. ( Photo courtesy: @SDSheriff | December 3, 2016)

RANCHO SANTA FE (CBS 8/CNS) - A knife-wielding man who stabbed a sheriff's K-9 was shot by a deputy Saturday morning in Rancho Santa Fe after taking a man hostage in his apartment, authorities said.
   
The incident began at about 5:30 a.m. when deputies were called to the 6000 block of Paseo Delicias for reports of a person yelling and breaking things, according to Sheriff's Lt. Kenneth Nelson.
   
Deputies were confronted by Edward Ray Nett, 50, who allegedly was brandishing a knife and threatening to stab them. Nett was on parole for violently resisting sheriff's deputies in 2015. Deputies launched pepper balls at Nett and deployed Banjer the police dog in an attempt to take him into custody, Nelson said.
   
Nett was not deterred by the pepper balls and allegedly stabbed Banjer under the left eye, broke into a nearby apartment and took the occupant hostage at knifepoint.
   
The hostage broke free of Nett, ran into a bathroom and locked the door without injury. Nett yelled to the deputies outside of the apartment that he had just slit the hostage's throat, then came out of the apartment and threatened to stab them, Nelson said.
   
That's when one of the deputies fired four shots at Nett, hitting him in the torso. Deputies took Nett into custody and gave him first aid until paramedics arrived. Nett was taken by ambulance to a hospital.
   
Nett's condition was not released by the sheriff's department, but he was expected to recover from his injuries. Once Nett can be released from the hospital, he will be booked into jail on suspicion of several felony charges, Nelson said.
   
Banjer was rushed to a veterinarian for treatment, underwent successful emergency surgery and was resting comfortably. He was expected to make a full recovery, Nelson said. Banjer will be on light duty and training as he recovers
   
The hostage and deputies were not injured.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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