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Police: Ore. Meth User Masturbates in Bar, Fights Off Officers

December 26, 2013  | 

Andrew Frey (Photo: Marion County Sheriff's Office)
Andrew Frey (Photo: Marion County Sheriff's Office)

A Beaverton, Ore., man was arrested following a string of erratic outbursts that culminated in the suspect allegedly masturbating in a Salem roadhouse, officials told the Oregonian newspaper.

It took a TASER and more than a dozen officers on Sunday to finally subdue Andrew Frey inside Iggy's Bar & Grill on Portland Road Northeast, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.

The 37-year-old man later told authorities he had used methamphetamine the day before and had no recollection of the alleged wild behavior, according to officials.

Tags: Resisting Arrest, Methamphetamine, Marion County (Ore.) Sheriff


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