JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) — The man accused of killing his wife and stabbing a police dog in Jamestown has been indicted on charges of murder and injuring a police animal.
Shari Robbins was fatally shot in the parking lot of a Prospect St. church on Nov. 10. After days of searching for her suspected killer, her husband Keith Robbins, 36, was taken into custody and charged on Nov. 15.
He was arrested following a six-hour standoff at a Todd Ave. home. During the standoff, Jamestown Police K-9 “Mitchell” was sent into the home to find Robbins, who is accused of attacking the animal at that time.
The dog underwent emergency surgery and is expected to recover.
Following his indictment, Robbins was jailed in Chautauqua County without bail on Monday.