in 2010, you quietly left your wife and kids for another woman. In 2011, you were a Senate supporter of Governor Walker’s efforts to attack workers and disenfranchise labor unions. In March, when it was discovered your live-in girlfriend, Valerie Cass, was a woman barely out of college and barely half your age, you hid from the press. When it became public she was a right-wing lobbyist who wangled a cushy job with your buddy’s administration, you hid from the press.
When the petitions for your recall were being circulated, you hid from the press. When your wife and housekeeper said they would gladly sign them, you hid from the press. When your polls were tanking, you hid from the press. When you lost the recall, you hid from the press.
3 months later — finally — someone spotted you:
At 5:30 p.m. Sunday, a citizen dialed 911 to report a black Suburban “all over the road” on Highway 151 near County Trunk WH in Peebles, said Chief Deputy Mark Strand . .
“We were able to get a deputy in the area. The vehicle (Hopper’s) got called in about a mile from Highway 23” . .
There was one passenger in the car, Valerie Cass, 26, of Fond du Lac, according to dispatch logs . .
Hopper refused to take a preliminary breath test when he was stopped by officers, Strand said. He was put through field sobriety tests. He failed those tests, he said.
Peek-a-boo, we see you.