Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Richard Lee Frisby Jr., 54, of Kingman, Friday (12/12) evening for aggravated DUI (interlock device) and aggravated DUI (suspended license), felonies. Approximately8:21 p.m., deputies conducted a traffic stop in the area N Roosevelt Street and Butler Avenue. Deputies contacted Frisby, the driver, as identified by his driver’s license. Frisby’s driver’s license indicated a restriction for him to have an interlock device in the vehicle. During conversations with Frisby, he said that he didn’t have an interlock device on this vehicle because he was planning on selling it. A records check showed Frisby to have a suspended driver’s license. Deputies smelled an odor of alcohol coming from Frisby. Further conversations with Frisby, he said that he drank a fifth of vodka earlier. Following the field sobriety tests (FST’s), Frisby was taken into custody and transported to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office where an analysis revealed his blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to be .382%. Frisby was transported to the Mohave County Jail where the medical staff advised that Frisby needed to be medically cleared prior to being booked into the jail. Deputies transported Frisby to Kingman Regional Medical Center where he was medically cleared. He was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
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