The sordid story of a Kansas Republican leader now gets even more interesting with saucy deets from police report earning public view.
Here's the highlight of an ALLEGED red state confrontation with po-po . . .
An affidavit of probable cause signed by Kansas Highway Patrol Officer Austin Shepley says Suellentrop narrowly missed hitting his vehicle and at least two others as he passed by on the wrong side of Interstate 70 shortly after midnight on March 16. Shepley alleges the vehicle was traveling at 90 miles per hour . . .
Shepley and a Topeka police officer removed Suellentrop from the vehicle, the affidavit says. Suellentrop had “watery,” “droopy” and bloodshot eyes — and was mumbling with slurred speech.
Because of the location of the stop — on the interstate — Suellentrop wasn’t given a field sobriety test immediately but was taken to the Docking State Office Building, where Shepley says Suellentrop had trouble standing and almost fell over.
“All for going the wrong way,” Suellentrop said, according to Shepley.
“Donut boy,” he added.
Best write up so far . . .
Developing . . .