BEND, OR -- A Bend 17-year-old had to be restrained during an incident near the Third Street McDonalds, Sunday night. According to Bend Police, a 14-year-old girl went into the restaurant to report she'd been stabbed, at about 8 p.m. Officials say she suffered a non-life threatening injury to her leg, and was taken to the hospital.
Responding officers noticed a teen in the drive-through with a knife in his hand, acting erratically. Police say they de-escalated the situation, initially, and he dropped the knife. As he was being restrained, he started to fight officers and refused to listen to commands. They used the WRAP restraining device and took him to St. Charles Bend. He was later identified as Quentin Navarrette.
Investigators determined the actual stabbing occurred across the street from McDonalds. They believe Navarrette was under the influence of "Molly," also known as ecstasy. He's charged with Assault II, Unlawful Use of a Weapon and Resisting Arrest.