Charges filed against Warsaw man shot by police officer

(Photo supplied/Kosciusko County Jail)

The Warsaw man who was shot by a police officer on Wednesday, Sep. 26, is facing additional charges.

Kyle Miller, 31, was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail last week for resisting law enforcement.

(Photo supplied/ABC 57)

The arrest followed a struggle with Warsaw Police officer Daniel Clemens, who had attempted to use a taser on Miller, but it had no effect.

Clemens eventually shot Miller in the arm as part of the confrontation.

RELATED: Man shot by police officer on Lake Street in Warsaw

Court documents filed this week expand the charges against Miller to include attempting residential entry, battery on a law enforcement officer, and two counts of resisting law enforcement.

Meanwhile, Clemens is on paid administrative leave as State Police investigate the officer-involved shooting.

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