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Man Takes On 15 Cops Single Handedly While High On Meth And Touching Himself

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PORTLAND, Ore. - PORTLAND,Oreg.-Police in Marion County, Oregon say it took at least 15 deputies to arrest a man high on meth and pleasuring himself in public.  Adam Frey was taken into custody and charged with public indecency, resisting arrest, and theft of services.  Authorities say Frey called a locksmith but refused to pay for services provided. 

He then walked into a local market.  He refused to leave and was escorted off the property.  After leaving that market, Frey entered a bar where he exposed his genitals and began masturbating in the bar.  Deputies arrived on scene and tried to arrest Frey.  He was tazed several times but it had no affect on him.  15 deputies were called on scene and while Frey was fighting them off, he continued to touch himself.  He was eventually subdued and taken into custody.  Frey later told deputies he was high on meth during the altercation and couldn't remember what happened.
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