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Oregon State Police get a break in the search for David Durham. A Waldport resident reports seeing a dog, injured and hungry, in his backyard. The home is located in a subdivision in Waldport, just off Highway 101. When Durham fled on foot after shooting OSP Officer Dodds, his dog, Huckleberry, an Australian cattle dog, ran in the opposite direction. Kerri Tyler with Lincoln City Animal Services was able to use food to lure the dog into her pick up. The dog had and injured back leg, but otherwise was in good shape. Police believe Durham didn’t run back across the highway to find his dog, but they scoured the area anyway. They found no signs of Durham, who is considered armed and dangerous. Police believe Durham is hunkered down in a vacant vacation home. Police say they plan to wait him out.

 

 

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