DUII

• On Monday, Matthew Ayres, 35, from Portland, was arrested by the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office for driving while under the influence of intoxicants. He was pulled over at 27th Street and Marine Drive and registered a 0.19 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Monday, Mario Mutis, 31, of Seattle, was arrested by the Oregon State Police for DUII. He was pulled over at Marine Drive and Sixth Street in Astoria and registered a 0.28 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Monday, Ruben Perez, 47, was arrested by the Astoria Police Department for DUII, failure to carry a license and reckless endangerment. He was pulled over at 10th and Commercial streets and registered a 0.20 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Sunday, Paula Arceneaux, 58, from Hammond, was arrested by the Warrenton Police Department for DUII. She was pulled over at Main Avenue and First Street in Warrenton and registered a 0.13 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Sunday, Tyler Duvall, 44, from Portland, was arrested by the Oregon State Police for DUII. He was pulled over on U.S. Highway 101 in Astoria, failed a sobriety test and registered a 0.06 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Sunday, Jose Saucedo, 20, from Long Beach, Washington, was arrested by the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office for DUII. He was pulled over in Astoria and registered a 0.18 percent blood alcohol content.

• On Sunday, Brian Young, 44, from Washington state, was arrested by Oregon State Police for DUII. He was pulled over on U.S. Highway 101 in Warrenton and failed a field sobriety test.

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