PORTLAND, Ore. – An off-duty Portland Police Detective was cited for driving under the influence early Sunday morning, police said.
Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies cited Detective Darrell Miller in Government Camp, Ore. just after 2 a.m., according to Portland Police Sgt. Pete Simpson.
Deputies took Miller to the Sandy Police Department, where they said he blew a breath sample with a .09 blood alcohol content. The legal limit is .08.
The sheriff's office said Miller was cooperative and polite as he was cited and released.
Miller is a 23-year-veteran of the police bureau. He’s been placed in an off-street assignment in the telephone report unit pending the ongoing investigation by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office and an internal review by the Portland Police Bureau.
Miller is due in Clackamas County court on Feb. 26.