Portland Police arrest man on DUII; BAC level was .57

Portland Police Bureau (PPB) officers arrested a 32-year-old man on charges of driving while revoked and felony DUII Friday afternoon, after responding to a report of an impaired driver.

At 4:47 p.m., June 2, PPB officers were called to the area of NE 24th Ave. and NE Tillamook St. after a caller reported a male subject driving a silver 2005 Pontiac Vibe was driving under the speed limit and not maintaining his lane of travel.

Officers arrived to the location and stopped the vehicle, which had come to a stop near NE 25th Ave. and NE Thompson St.

The Vibe remained stopped when officers approached the vehicle, and officers found the male subject, Joshua Davis, 32, collapsed over the steering wheel.

Joshua Davis, 32, was arrested June 2, 2017 after Portland, Ore. Police officers found him collapsed behind the steering wheel of a vehicle. His BAC was measured at .573%. Photo provided by Portland Police Bureau.

Officers requested medics come to the scene to assess Davis’ condition, and Davis was taken to an area hospital due to his intoxication level.

Further investigation revealed Davis’ blood alcohol content (BAC) to be .573%, which is more than seven times the legal limit for DUII in Oregon (.08%)

Davis was released from the hospital, and booked into Multnomah County Jail on charges of driving while revoked and felony DUII.