David Bisard was arrested yesterday after a property damage incident. Both the citizen who reported it and the arresting officer thought he appeared to be under the influence. An arrest is not a conviction, but this time we've got his breathalyzer numbers: 0.16, twice the legal limit.
He's back in jail now.
It is reported he asked the arresting officer to "give him a break" and promised to never drink again. Too late; too late by years.
"Quis custodiet ebrius custodes?" And who guards us from them? In this extreme, it appears their nominal peers are on that job, at least when the inebriated one is out of uniform and not driving a police car.
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1 year ago