Defeated Ada Commish Sharon Ullman has now made it a clean sweep of fellow commishes she has publicly attacked.
With a Facebook entry she claimed: “On December 14, 1992, David Case and four other ISP officers assassinated a Payette County reserve deputy inside the Payette County Courthouse.” The DAILY PAPER posted the story today.
Several years ago she convinced the Idaho State Police to investigate fellow Commish Rick Yzaguirre’s business actions while he was mayor of Eagle. That issue was determined to be a civil matter at best and no charges or further actions were taken by the Prosecutor or Attorney General.
In the matter of David Case, she writes about an incident of 20 years ago in which then ISP Trooper Case assisted in the arrest of a Payette County Sheriff’s reserve deputy on rape charges. All records indicate Case never fired a shot, but the armed deputy was killed by other officers when he drew a weapon at the time of the arrest. A civil suit was settled during the trial.
Case beat Ullman in the primary election and has been appointed to fill the seat vacated by Vern Bisterfeldt. In January Ullman leaves and Case will officially takeover Ullman’s seat if he wins the general election bid against Dem Thomas M. Howell.
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