2 rollovers, 12 DUII arrests in Washington County

One passenger arrested for reckless endangering

Jared Sabin of Portland was arrested for DUII in this rollover crash on NW Cornelius Pass Road, June 23, 2017 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)
Jared Sabin of Portland was arrested for DUII in this rollover crash on NW Cornelius Pass Road, June 23, 2017 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Twelve people were arrested for DUII in Washington County Friday night in incidents that included 2 rollover crashes.

In the first one, 2 people in the same car were arrested on separate charges related to the rollover.

In that case, authorities said, the passenger in a Dodge SUV thought the driver didn’t see a deer along NW Cornelius Pass Road, grabbed the steering wheel and jerked it. That caused the driver to lose control and caused the rollover that hurt 3 people. Authorities said the deer was not hurt.

Both the driver, 25-year-old Jared Sabin, and 24-year-old passenger Emmylea Williams, were arrested. Sabin’s blood alcohol content was allegedly nearly twice the legal limit while Williams was arrested for reckless endangering.

A second rollover happened just after midnight, authorities said, in the 32000 block of SW Johnson School Road. The driverof a Subaru, 22-year-old Dean Cockeram, was arrested for DUII, reckless driving and criminal mischief. Investigators believe both speed and alcohol were factors in the crash.