Why am I not surprised by this?

Former Republican senator from Fond du Lac Randal Hopper spent Sunday night in jail following a report of a fight late Sunday at his ex-wife’s home.

Hopper, 46, of Fond du Lac, was cited for drunken driving and taken into custody on charges of disorderly conduct — domestic abuse, criminal trespass to dwelling and unlawful use of telephone, according to a Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office press release.

Hopper posted a $500 cash bond and was released from the Fond du Lac County Jail at 11 a.m. today.

Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to W5192 Rienzi Drive about 10:15 p.m. Sunday for a report of two men in a physical fight, according to the sheriff’s dispatch log.

The incident remains under investigation and will be forwarded to the Fond du Lac County District Attorney’s office for review.

For more on the foibles and follies of Randy Hopper, check out our Randy Hopper archive.

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2 Responses to Randy Hopper arrested for drunk driving….yet again.

  1. onevote says:

    Fond du Lac District Attorney Dan Kaminsky was voted out of office in the August 14th primary, yet he stays on until after the November 6th election. Kaminsky’s big claim to fame thus far–besides arranging to let Hopper weasel out of the first DWI–was to have the drunken driving charges for the Blue Cross executive switched to driving an airplane while impaired.
    Let’s hope that somehow justice will be served for “Bed” Hopper this time.

  2. Grew up in Illinois town run by Mafia says:

    Republicans voting out the corrupt and incompetent Kaminsky was a rare sign of good judgment by Republicans.

    I wonder what Hopper’s mistress is doing these days working at the corrupt and incompetent Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.

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