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EUGENE, Ore. -- A man suspected of attacking another man with a claw hammer is being held on a $1 million bail.
The man accused, Richard Dockery was formally charged Friday with attempted murder, assault, unlawful use of a weapon, and menacing charges.
The district attorney asked a judge to set the bail at $2,000 because Dockery is dangerous and has a history of violence.
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He was captured at his home early Thursday morning after a 12-hour manhunt.
Dockery is accused of entering the bar at the Four Seasons Inn and hitting a man with a hammer. Officials said he also tried to hurt three other men who intervened.
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