masturbating meth user battles 15 cops in bar fight

Alleged Masturbating Meth User Battles 15 Cops In Bar Fight

An Oregon man who was allegedly masturbating in a bar fought off about 15 police officers before he was taken into custody. He later admitted that he had used meth the day before.

The man who apparently was breaking very bad was reportedly behaving erratically before finding himself in the Salem, Ore., roadhouse. First he refused to pay a locksmith for services rendered at his home and then was kicked out of a local market.

He then apparently wandered into Iggy’s Bar & Grill, exposed himself, and began masturbating in the bar area. He subsequently moved to the bathroom where he continued to take care of business.

Peter Walker, a responding sheriff’s deputy, tried to place him under arrest, but the man resisted. Deputy Walker zapped him several times with a taser but the man was still non-compliant. Walker tried to call for backup, but discovered that his radio wouldn’t work inside the bar. Fortunately, the 911 dispatcher phoned the bar to find out what was going on after realizing that communications with the officer had broken down.

The suspect, age 37, apparently still had a full head of steam despite grappling with the officer and being tased. According to the Maroin County Sheriff’s Office, the dispatcher requested assistance from the surrounding jurisdictions. “The dispatcher called for immediate cover for Deputy Walker. Approximately 15 police officers from Salem, Keizer and Marion County responded to help Deputy Walker. After arriving, it still took several Deputies and Officers to get Mr. Frey into custody. ”

After being transported to a local hospital for evaluation, the suspect admitted that “he used methamphetamine as early as Saturday and he had no memory of any of the events that took place over Sunday afternoon.”

Police later booked the man in the county jail on charges of public indecency, resisting arrest, and theft in the December 22 incident.

[image credit: Jlcoving]

Here is Taiwan CGI studio Next Media Animation’s irreverent take on this alleged incident:

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