An Edmonds man with a history of publishing the private information of law enforcement officers has asked the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office to hand over pet licensing information of more than 2,000 pet owners and information about county law enforcement.
William Sheehan made the request Monday to “make available upon inspection any and all documents that will show all of the licensed pets in Clallam County, including license numbers, owner information and all other pertinent information,” according to an email Sheehan sent to the Sheriff’s Office Monday.
Part of the reason for the second request, according to a Facebook post by Sheehan, is that Sheriff Bill Benedict “shamed the original requester.”
Soon to be mandatory for all Clallam County residents...
Who is this nut? Here's a little context from a New York Times article from 2003:
His low opinion of the police has its roots, Mr. Sheehan says, in a 1998 dispute with the Police Department of Kirkland, Wash., over whether he lied in providing an alibi for a friend charged with domestic violence. Mr. Sheehan was found guilty of making a false statement and harassing a police officer and was sentenced to six months in jail, but served no time: the convictions were overturned.
Clallam County's crazy has gotten so powerful, it's now sucking in other regional craziness. It's almost - almost - enough to make you feel a little bit sorry for Bill Benedict.
Thanks to whomever sent the link in...Here's a little more Clallam County crazy for you, wherein an elderly candidate for Port Commissioner says:
“No blows were struck. No medical attention was necessary. However, I think he did have to change his shorts."
I think Michael Cobb may have soiled his reputation with this one...Enjoy!