How does a patrolman who went to a tiny, local, religious college become, and survive at, sheriff of a 583,000-person county?
ANSWER: By doing the same old thing and blaming everyone else. That is how to survive at it; the rise comes from supporting and condoning corruption and Shrader learned from Ted Mink.
Mr. Shrader, did you ever think about what you would do after public service?
It is going to be a good story, this one, because it involves dozens of examples, thousands of photographs, and absolutely clear efforts to obstruct it. It is set against a backdrop of defunded police departments. At the very least they are losing a lot of their protections.
Now is a good time.