David Anthony Durham is the prime suspect in the traffic stop shooting of Lincoln City Police Officer Steven B. Dodds on January 23, 2011.
Ofcr. Steven Dodds is a celebrated officer with the Lincoln City (Ore.) Police Department. His colleagues named him "Officer of the Year" in 2010.
Durham was believed to be traveling with Huckleberry, his salt-and-pepper colored Blue Healer Australian Cattle Dog.
This is the most recent photo of Durham, which cops say was taken in 2010. His appearance rarely changes.
David Durham was spotted on a store surveillance camera within 30 minutes of allegedly shooting Lincoln City Police Officer Steven Dodds. Notice Durham's camouflage outfit and dark beret.
After receiving a call at 11:14 a.m. on Jan. 26, authorities arrived at a Waldport home, where they found Huckleberry wandering around the yard.
Cops called out Huckleberry's name, and he answered -- though he was nursing an injured rear left leg.
Authorities used food to lure Huckleberry into their van.
He was eventually taken to a nearby veterinarian for medical attention.
Huckleberry will be reunited with his family at a later time, once arrangements are made.
Now that he's in custody, authorities are doing everything they can to arrest his owner, alleged cop-shooter, David Durham.
For a few days after the manhunt began, authorities thought David Durham might have hunkered down in Waldport, Ore. This gorgeous coastal community is a stone's throw from the Pacific Ocean. Now, they think he might have crossed state lines.
Cops discovered this convenience store image of David Durham, taken the day before he allegedly shot Lincoln City Officer Steven Dodds. He entered this store in Seaside at approximately noon.