Man charged with wounding officer, killing K-9 in shooting

PORTLAND, Ore. - Police on Saturday booked the man suspected of shooting officer Jeff Dorn and killing Dorn's K-9 partner, Mick, on Wednesday.

Paul Alan Ropp, 20, was charged eight counts related to the incident.

He was charged with attempted aggravagted murder; assault II; assault of a law enforcement animal; animal abuse I (aggravated); possession of an explosive device; unlawful use of weapon (firearm); burglary I; and attempt to elude (vehicle).

Steven Alan Young, 20, had already been booked on a first-degree burglary charges, and police say he's likely to face additional charges.

Charges are also pending against Jamaell Diamond Riley, 25.