Man faces bias charge in confrontation with delivery driver

BEND, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say a Bend man accused of confronting and harassing a DoorDash delivery driver has been charged with a bias crime. KTVZ-TV reports a 31-year-old Bend man Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel described as a person of color entered the Red Robin Restaurant in Bend June 28 while working as a delivery person for DoorDash. Hummel said Monday the driver was picking up the delivery food bag from the bar when a customer, identified as Jeremiah McBride, confronted him with a hostile attitude, called him a derogatory term. Hummel says he then followed the driver to his car, kicking it and shoving the driver before McBride left. It wasn’t immediately known if McBride has a lawyer.