Madam Hatter, if you're out there, we will anxiously look forward to another of your in-depth reports from out your way. What's up?
William Bergin, you may recall, is the ex-Sandy police officer who tortured and killed an unarmed man, Fouad Kaady, after Kaady was severely injured in an accident. Bergin is less well known for having broken into his ex-girlfriend's house in the middle of the night and terrorizing her. He was arrested by Sherwood police for drunken driving, and he then tried to use his badge to escape responsibility for that. (He said that's how they do it in Sandy.)
He kept his badge after all of these things. Chief Skelton of Sandy continued to defend him, saying he was a "good officer." Indeed.
Recently, however, Bergin was forced to resign after some undisclosed improprieties that also involved a Clackamas county sheriff. And now, he's apparently in police custody. (Hopefully, not Sandy police custody.)
Clearly, this is one troubled and dangerous man.