Todd Dvorak, former Idaho bureau chief for the Associated Press and spokesman for Attorney General Lawrence Wasden, found himself on the wrong side of the Snake River at Lewiston recently.
He was arrested by local coppers and charged with possession of marijuana–legal across the river in Washington, but still a crime in Idaho. He has entered an innocent plea, but a terse message from the office of AG to media outlets said, “Todd Dvorak has left the office of the Attorney General.”
Dvorak was a former board member of the Idaho PRess club and well liked by reporters. It was difficult for the likes of Betsy Russell of the Spokesman-Review (and the GUARDIAN) to post
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