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Daniel Ray Stubblefield is An Oregon man who diagnosed with schizophrenia was sentenced to two years in prison this week for spitting on a police officer and claiming he had COVID-19.

According to the Bend Bulletin report, 36-year-old Daniel Ray Stubblefield was found guilty of severe harassment and threats in Deschutes County. As part of the appeal agreement, three other cases against him were dismissed.


Stubblefield has a long history of combating alcohol and mental illness and violent interaction with family members and police.


Prosecutors said the charges that were denied were about attacking police officers, punching and biting his brother, yelling at his sister, and refusing to leave his family home when he appeared uninvited.


“The victims were afraid of the defendant because of mental illness and threatening to kill them,” Prosecutor Brittany Ann Haver said.


Police responded to a call in Bend on March 23 that Stubblefield was drunk and attacked someone. While the alleged victim chose not to plead, the police found two warrants and detained him.


Haver told the officer that it was COVID-19 and that he repeatedly coughed and blew his breath at the officer and spit in his face. The officer was negative for the coronavirus.


Prosecutors sought treatment options for Stubblefield, who had previously been convicted of 28, but this time the defendant chose to go to jail.


“I appreciate him for being aware and wanting to take on accountability and move forward,” Haver said. “At this point, the prison is the only potentially effective option for keeping it clean and keeping the community safe.”


Stubblefield’s attorney, Michelle McIver, said that her client was successful in treatment facilities, but when she stopped taking her medication she stopped taking her medication and turned to alcohol.


“He’s a completely different person when he’s not taking medication and drinking alcohol,” McIver said. I think he knows what to do. I hope he can get out of prison with his right foot. ”


Stubblefield told the judge that “he was ashamed of all this”.


“I ask you please not just judge me by my symptoms, of course it shows up in these cases,” he said. “I often can’t even remember when I’m told what I did; I just woke up in prison. I’m trying so hard to overcome this addiction. I’m sorry for everything I broke.”