He pulled a disappearing act and failed to show for a follow-up interview with police detectives probing Sager’s handling of county-owned scrap material and the resulting cash from the sale of it.
Credit to the leadership at R-3 for getting this handled.
It’s more than a little embarrassing that it took this long to happen, however.
Don’t get me wrong, I’d still wear full gear everyday, in part because these days there is no such thing as routine police interaction with the public.
But mostly because I think I would rock that bulletproof vest.
Holden had pointed out R-3 was the only school district he could find in the state that did not list a phone number or email address to contact each board member.