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A representative for the Washington State Patrol confirmed to Fox News that Harris, 35, was arrested and booked for Felony DUI, Driving while license revoked/suspended 1st degree and driving without an ignition interlock when required
TMZ reports that the former reality TV star, 35, was busted near Mount Vernon, Wash. last week after the Dodge Journey 86 he was driving was clocked doing 86 MPH in a 70 zone. The outlet reports that Harris drove the vehicle another 3 miles after cops attempted to pull him over in order to stop in a safe location.
Cornelia Marie Deckhands and brothers Jake Harris (left) and Josh Harris are photographed during Deadliest Catch season six.
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When police spoke with him, they learned that his license had been revoked. In addition, he is required to have an ignition interlocking device installed in his car as a condition of his previous arrest for DUI in 2019. Harris didn’t have the device in the car and explained to police it was because he had borrowed the vehicle from a friend.
The outlet reports that officers noticed Harris was repeating himself, appeared pale and his eyes were bloodshot and his pupils were constricted. Suspecting he was impaired, they asked him to take a sobriety test, which Harris reportedly refused, opting instead to go to jail.
"Deadliest Catch" crew member Jake Harris was arrested again in Washington.
According to records viewed by Fox News, Harris was released from the county jail on bond Tuesday after initially being booked on May 7.
As mentioned, this isn’t Harris’ first brush with the law in Washington. He was previously sentenced to 18 months for felony charges of driving under the influence and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver heroin.
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The charges stemmed from an incident in which he allegedly refused to identify himself to park rangers before taking off in an RV. State troopers pursued him and forced him to stop. It was reported at the time that police found drugs and a stolen firearm inside the vehicle.