Deputies were left shocked today following the apprehension of former colleague and Staff Sergeant Mason Nadler. Nadler, part of a long line of the family name to grace the San Andreas State Police and County Sheriff's Office alike, was most known for his work within the Criminal Intelligence Unit alongside fellow dismissal Bo Trixie.
Recently discharged from the department by the District Attorney's Office, it was expected Nadler would take his leave in a quiet and respectable manner but on the 9th January, the opposite ensued. SAN Network's broadcast was disturbed by an abnormal speech stating; "Sorry about this folks. I... I need to send a message. If you think the streets are safer now, you are mistaken, no cop will rest till I achieve my goals. Do not underestimate me, and what I can do". A threat later followed by multiple calls describing the perpetrator.
Upon finding the suspect vehicle, deputies were able to identify the driver as Nadler and a pursuit took place through Red County, leading into Los Santos where the vehicle was lost. Almost an hour later, at the opening of the Starbutt Club, Nadler was apprehended and detained by Corporal Elise Aitchison and Deputy Sheriff III Robert Ozarka.
Assistant Sheriff Albert Holmes issued the following statement:
FROM THE DESK OF THE ASSISTANT SHERIFF
We have arrested the former Staff Sergeant Mason Nadler today for some various charges that will remain out of my statement for reasons of letting a man keep his dignity. The fact that these things are even happening in this manner is completely out of character for Mason. During his tenure in the Sheriff's Office, he has done nothing but help me and the department make strides in the community. I ask that the community ease off with some of the backlash from this as a man can only take so much before he's broken down to his most basic level. Mason Nadler is a good man, and I'll stand by that.
Assistant Sheriff Albert Holmes
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