Bend Police said their officers made six DUII arrests in less than 12 hours between Sunday night and Monday morning, including two people who were arrested twice.
In most of the cases, the suspects had a reported blood alcohol content level of 0.2% or higher. That more than twice the legal limit.
Here’s the full rundown from Bend Police:
- Sunday, 4:25 p.m.: Bend Police received a complaint of an intoxicated driver in the downtown area who was driving on a flat tire and reportedly had a bottle of liquor in his lap. Officers located the Subaru Legacy, overheating and with a flat tire, stopped in the road in the 61000 block of Chuckanut Drive. The driver, 67-year-old Cameron Friesen, then parked the vehicle in a driveway. He was arrested on suspicion of DUII – alcohol. Friesen was driving while suspended and was also charged with resisting arrest and reckless endangerment. Friesen blew a 0.23% BAC. He was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
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- Sunday, 9:37 p.m.: Bend Police received a complaint of an intoxicated man who was knocking on doors at the Holiday Motel, then left northbound on Third Street in a Ford Ranger. Officers located the vehicle, driven by 59-year-old Scott Fuhrman, in the Rite Aid parking lot on SE Third Street, and arrested Fuhrman on suspicion of DUII. Fuhrman blew a 0.20% BAC. He was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
- Monday, 12:42 a.m.: A Bend Police officer observed a Subaru Outback speeding, swerving and driving without its lights on. The officer conducted a traffic stop in the area of 200 SE 15th Street. The driver, 49-year-old David Dwayne Jones, was arrested on suspicion of DUII and blew a 0.22% BAC. Jones was refused at the Deschutes County Jail because he did not meet jail criteria to be lodged — specifically, a medical issue. He was transported to St. Charles Bend and issued a citation in lieu of arrest.
- Monday, 1:35 a.m.: A Bend Police officer observed Scott Fuhrman, who had been arrested and jailed several hours earlier on suspicion of DUII, get dropped off at his pickup truck and drive through the Rite Aid parking lot. He was again stopped and arrested on suspicion of DUII, and blew a 0.15% BAC. He was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
- Monday, 2:15 a.m.: A Bend Police officer observed a silver Ford Focus traveling west on NE Franklin Avenue at approximately 50 MPH fail to stop at a red light. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle at Third Street and Greenwood Avenue and arrested the driver, 44-year-old Andrew Donovan Charley, on suspicion of DUII. Charley blew a 0.20% BAC. He was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
- Monday, 3:42 a.m.: A Bend Police officer observed David Dwayne Jones, who was arrested on suspicion of DUII three hours earlier, drive his car out of the parking lot where it was parked during the initial DUII arrest and travel southbound on SE 15th Street. Jones blew a 0.19% BAC and was transported to the Deschutes County Jail, which again refused Jones because he did not meet jail criteria to be lodged. He was transported to St. Charles Bend and was lodged at the jail after his release.
Bend Police say they made a total of nine DUII arrests over the weekend.