ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A K-9 was used to take down a man who ran from Rochester police.
26-year-old Corey Nevels is currently recovering from a dog bite on Thursday.
Police tell us Nevels was violating an order for protection at about 8 p.m. Wednesday night at a mobile home park on the 1600 block of Marion Road Southeast.
When officers approached, they say Nevels took off on foot and ran inside a mobile home.
A police K-9 was sent in, trapped Nevels in a bathroom and bit him on the thigh until officers could secured the scene.
Nevels faces charges of felony order for protection violation and fleeing officers on foot.
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