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A police K-9 was left with a face covered in more than 200 quills after being attacked by a porcupine while pursuing a felon in Oregon.
Odin got stuck with hundreds of spines around his mouth as he searched for a fleeing suspect in the Barview area, Tillamook County.
Coos - County - Sheriff - Office - Monday
The Coos County Sheriff's Office said on Monday that Odin was called to the scene to track a suspect on Saturday when the dog crossed paths with the porcupine.
Photos posted by the Facebook page of the Sheriff's Office showed the unfortunate dog with several quills in his mouth and two dangerously near his left eye.
Devin - J - Wilson - Deputy - Barview
Suspect Devin J. Wilson, ran away from a pursuing deputy in the Barview area and Odin was called out to the scene to track him.
A deputy recognized the 29-year-old suspect at around 6pm as someone with 'several felony warrants', a police spokesman said.
Sheriff - Office - Statement - Sheriff - Office
The Sheriff's Office added in a statement: 'The Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in locating Mr Wilson as he has committed new crimes and still has...
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