Two men arrested during Portland street racing patrols
Portland police announced the arrest of two men by the city's street racing enforcement unit.
North Precinct and Traffic Divison officers — in coordination with authorities' eye in the sky — made the arrests on Saturday, Sept. 28 and Sunday, Sept. 29, according to a news release.
Police conducted 20 traffic stops in addition to the two arrests.
Jason Ross Owens, 40, was arrested on a felony warrant for delivery of heroin.
Owens, a long-time Portland resident, has five felonies and four misdemeanor convictions on his record, including for DUII, attempted burglary and delivery of heroin, according to court records.
In this case, officers confiscated 6.08 grams of heroin and $1,046 in cash, according to a probable cause affidavit. Owens remains behind bars at Inverness Jail.
Mitchell Lee Quisenberry, 21 was arrested for driving while suspended and on a probation violation.
Quisenberry, who lives in a van, has three felony convictions and one misdemeanor conviction on his record, including first-degree theft and third-degree robbery, court docs report.
Quisenberry is incarcerated at the downtown jail.
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