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(Damascus, OR)  --  A Clackamas County Sheriff's Office K-9 is reported to be "doing well" after being hit with a pipe.  Grimm was tracking down a suspect named Mario Reyes-Orozco on Tuesday on Southeast Sunnyside Road in Damascus.  Reyes-Orozco was allegedly threatening family members with an ax when Grimm and other officers showed up.  Grimm tried to take Reyes-Orozco down, but the suspect allegedly hit him repeatedly with a pipe before he was taken into custody.  Grimm is reported to have gone for a light hike with his handler as part of his recovery.

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