According to officials with the Brazil City Police Department, at approximately 10:02 p.m., a white male entered the Speedway gas station on West National Avenue, Brazil.
The man stated to the cashier, "Give me all the money in the drawer. I have a gun."
According to officials, no weapon was displayed.
The man made no attempt to hide his face during the altercation. He left the store with an undisclosed amount of cash in a vehicle, heading north on Depot Street.
Brazil City Police Chief Larry Pierce said at approximately 10:53 p.m., the suspect's vehicle was located in the West Central Village housing area by officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department.
Upon discovering the vehicle, county and city official K-9 units then began a search for the suspect.
Two juveniles were located and immediately held as participants in the robbery, Pierce said.
He said both -- a male and female -- were 17 and were immediately transported to a juvenile detention center in Muncie.
"We believe that (the juveniles) left the scene on foot rather than in the car once they found out what was going on," Pierce said.
Only minutes later, the suspect, Travis Pugh, 25, Brazil, was located and placed under arrest.
Pugh, according to officials, resisted arrest, kicking one police officer. He was later subdued via Tazer and K9 units.
According to officials, as Pugh resisted, he spat blood on a Clay County Deputy.
Pugh was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital and treated for injuries -- including the Tazer injury and a dog bite -- before being transported to the Clay County Justice Center.
Pugh was preliminary charged with robbery, resisting arrest, battery on a police officer and battery by bodily fluids.
Pierce said Pugh is also facing probation charges in Florida.
"A lot of things happened here that were good," Pierce said. "The Speedway employees were able to get a great description besides having video. And the people that were in the Speedway were great eyewitnesses. There was also great cooperation between the sheriff's department and police department."
According to officials at the Clay County Justice Center, Pugh remains incarcerated on a $10,000, no 10-percent allowed, bond while awaiting formal arraignment.