CCSO report, Nov. 30 Domestic Assault News release CCSO. On 11/28/17, at approximately 1604 hours, Deputies assisted the Department of Human Services (Child Protective) with a home check. DHS had received a referral regarding the family situation. During the course of the investigation with was determined that an assault had occurred. Deputies were told the incident happened before Thanksgiving. The suspect Lucas Real had thrown a jar of coconut oil at his wife. The jar of coconut struck his wife in the face causing a laceration that required fifteen stitches and a fracture of her noise. Lucas was later arrested for the charges of Domestic Assault II and Unlawful use of a Weapon. Lucas was booked in the Coos County Jail with a bail of $50000.00. DUII News release CCSO. On November 29, 2017, at about 1:29 am, a Coos County Deputy was stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Ocean BLVD and Central Ave in Coos Bay. A vehicle driving towards the deputy, came around the corner at a high rate of speed. The vehicle crossed over the center line and almost struck the deputies vehicle. The vehicle continued traveling in Ocean BLVD. The deputy followed the vehicle and the vehicle crossed the fog line twice and the center line. The deputy initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, a 2005 Mazda van, at the intersection of Ocean BLVD and Woodland Dr. The deputy made contact with the driver and noted a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. The driver admitted to being at a party at Coney Station and was driving home. The driver consented to performing Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of the tests, the driver was arrested for DUII. The driver, Tammy Foxworthy 41 years old of North Bend, was taken to the Coos Bay Police Department for processing. At the conclusion of the breath test, Foxworthy’s blood alcohol content was .17%, more than twice the legal limit. Foxworthy was issued a criminal citation and released to a sober adult. Assault IV News release CCSO. On 11/28/2017 at approximately 2125 hours, Coos County Deputies responded to the report of a domestic dispute in Myrtle Point, Oregon. A third party notified the Coos County Sheriffs Office of a domestic dispute. The reporting party reported the victim had been assaulted by her boyfriend. Deputies, with the help of Myrtle Point Police Department, contacted the victim, Charlene Buckley, at the Bridge Store. Upon contact with Charlene, Deputies observed physically injuries on Charlene. Charlene informed the Deputies and Officer that her and her boyfriend, who was intoxicated, had gotten into an argument that had turned physical. Charlene also said she informed him that she was going to call the police and he had taken her cell phone away from her. Deputies made contact at the residence to with Bill J. Billups the suspect. While speaking with Bill, there were no physical injuries on him and he stated he did put his hands on her but claimed he did not hit her. Bill was placed into custody being charged with Assault 4 Domestic and interfering with making a report. Bill Billups was transported to Coos County Jail and is being held in lieu of $20,000 bail.