Man’s 7th DUII conviction gets him 2 1/2 years
A 26-year-old man who has been imprisoned twice for drunken driving offenses in Deschutes County will serve the next 2 1/2 years in prison for his seventh DUII conviction.
Tiktin said Diaz-Quintana has repeatedly been ordered into alcohol treatment but has continued to drive drunk. He added that Diaz-Quintana also has been subject to deportation in the past.
Diaz-Quintana has a criminal history in Oregon dating back eight years, according to court records. He has been convicted for offenses ranging from possession of marijuana to resisting arrest. He has repeatedly lied to police about his identity, most often using the alias Anatolio Hernandez, and feigned an inability to speak English.
On Monday, Tiktin said Diaz-Quintana is subject to a U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement hold and will likely be deported when he is released from prison.
Deschutes county should be thankful that this scumbag didn't kill anyone after the first conviction or they might be facing a lawsuit like Clackamas county is over the death of Dani Countryman.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: people who are willing to break some laws are willing to break other laws. If we tolerate coming here illegaly, working illegaly and identifying yourself illegaly it makes no sense to act all suprised when these same people drive drunk and rape girls.