Jeff Dubay arrested again. (shocker - drugs were involved)

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PA's old sidekick is apparently back to his old ways. from the Strib:

Jeff Dubay, a former longtime sports radio personality in the Twin Cities, is due in court next week stemming from the latest of his many drug-related run-ins with the law.

Dubay left jail Wednesday after he was charged in Todd County District Court with felony third-degree possession of a narcotic and driving under the influence of drugs after a state trooper pulled him over in West Union earlier this month. Charges say he was wearing only a blanket while he was soaked in vegetable oil.

Dubay, 56, living now in Grand Forks, N.D., posted bond and is due back in court Monday. Dubay told the Star Tribune in a brief phone call that "the police report is full of misinformation and horrible assumptions."

On the evening of March 8, a state trooper saw an SUV traveling erratically before stopping in the West Union Catholic Church parking lot. The SUV then left the parking lot, prompting the trooper to pull the driver over.

Dubay explained he was heading to Fargo and got off the freeway in order to get the Minnesota Gophers hockey game on his cellphone. Dubay, beneath a blanket and naked, said he had been sleeping at a rest stop near Avon earlier.

The trooper saw that Dubay was restless, speaking rapidly and sweaty. He explained that he stopped taking his medication. He acknowledged using methamphetamine about a week earlier.

As Dubay got out of his SUV to perform sobriety testing, he was covered in vegetable oil that came from a bottle he had with him. Drug smugglers have been known to use various cooking oils to conceal meth as it is shipped.

Dubay failed numerous aspects of the sobriety testing. A law enforcement search of his vehicle turned up methamphetamine and two small bottles of adhesive remover. "It was supected that Dubay may have been huffing from those bottles," the charges read. While at the jail, Dubay acknowledged using meth that morning.
 


Very sad...he could be crushing life right now but instead, life is crushing him.
 

PA's old sidekick is apparently back to his old ways. from the Strib:

Jeff Dubay, a former longtime sports radio personality in the Twin Cities, is due in court next week stemming from the latest of his many drug-related run-ins with the law.

Dubay left jail Wednesday after he was charged in Todd County District Court with felony third-degree possession of a narcotic and driving under the influence of drugs after a state trooper pulled him over in West Union earlier this month. Charges say he was wearing only a blanket while he was soaked in vegetable oil.

Dubay, 56, living now in Grand Forks, N.D., posted bond and is due back in court Monday. Dubay told the Star Tribune in a brief phone call that "the police report is full of misinformation and horrible assumptions."

On the evening of March 8, a state trooper saw an SUV traveling erratically before stopping in the West Union Catholic Church parking lot. The SUV then left the parking lot, prompting the trooper to pull the driver over.

Dubay explained he was heading to Fargo and got off the freeway in order to get the Minnesota Gophers hockey game on his cellphone. Dubay, beneath a blanket and naked, said he had been sleeping at a rest stop near Avon earlier.

The trooper saw that Dubay was restless, speaking rapidly and sweaty. He explained that he stopped taking his medication. He acknowledged using methamphetamine about a week earlier.

As Dubay got out of his SUV to perform sobriety testing, he was covered in vegetable oil that came from a bottle he had with him. Drug smugglers have been known to use various cooking oils to conceal meth as it is shipped.

Dubay failed numerous aspects of the sobriety testing. A law enforcement search of his vehicle turned up methamphetamine and two small bottles of adhesive remover. "It was supected that Dubay may have been huffing from those bottles," the charges read. While at the jail, Dubay acknowledged using meth that morning.

Addiction leads you down strange avenues.

God Bless Him and I hope he gets sober before it’s too late
 
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PA's old sidekick is apparently back to his old ways. from the Strib:

Jeff Dubay, a former longtime sports radio personality in the Twin Cities, is due in court next week stemming from the latest of his many drug-related run-ins with the law.

Dubay left jail Wednesday after he was charged in Todd County District Court with felony third-degree possession of a narcotic and driving under the influence of drugs after a state trooper pulled him over in West Union earlier this month. Charges say he was wearing only a blanket while he was soaked in vegetable oil.

Dubay, 56, living now in Grand Forks, N.D., posted bond and is due back in court Monday. Dubay told the Star Tribune in a brief phone call that "the police report is full of misinformation and horrible assumptions."

On the evening of March 8, a state trooper saw an SUV traveling erratically before stopping in the West Union Catholic Church parking lot. The SUV then left the parking lot, prompting the trooper to pull the driver over.

Dubay explained he was heading to Fargo and got off the freeway in order to get the Minnesota Gophers hockey game on his cellphone. Dubay, beneath a blanket and naked, said he had been sleeping at a rest stop near Avon earlier.

The trooper saw that Dubay was restless, speaking rapidly and sweaty. He explained that he stopped taking his medication. He acknowledged using methamphetamine about a week earlier.

As Dubay got out of his SUV to perform sobriety testing, he was covered in vegetable oil that came from a bottle he had with him. Drug smugglers have been known to use various cooking oils to conceal meth as it is shipped.

Dubay failed numerous aspects of the sobriety testing. A law enforcement search of his vehicle turned up methamphetamine and two small bottles of adhesive remover. "It was supected that Dubay may have been huffing from those bottles," the charges read. While at the jail, Dubay acknowledged using meth that morning.
Nice to see someone who finds what they love and stays with it.
 

I just found the backstory about this guy. Pretty brutal. Hasn’t harmed except himself.
 

I just found the backstory about this guy. Pretty brutal. Hasn’t harmed except himself.
It is truly sad and messed up what happened to him. He was a great radio personality with a lot of talent, but as Bleed mentioned above, it's hard to see his story ending well.

Although he unfortunately has harmed others

In December 2017, Dubay pleaded guilty to felony third degree assault of a woman in Cottage Grove.
 














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