State trooper accused of DUI, hit-and-run and eluding policeBy Keith Eldridge
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TACOMA, Wash. -- State patrol troopers got quite a shock Sunday when the reckless driver they were chasing turned out to be one of their own.
Trooper David Bertholf had been a top trooper when it came to nabbing drunk drivers, and now he's accused of driving drunk himself.
Berthofl isn't just accused of driving drunk, either. He's also facing charges of hit and run and eluding after troopers say he tried to outrun them.