LACDC Executive Director Scott Randall. Courtesy/LAPD
Randall’s arrest occurred after he attended a tourism event with his wife and another couple off the hill that ended at 7 p.m. Thursday. It’s unclear where they went next but he and his wife returned home after 11 p.m. and police were called to the residence a short while later.
- Read the redacted police report narrative page 1 of 2 here.
- Read the redacted police report narrative page 2 of 2 here.
- Read the redacted police report supplement notes page 1 of 2 here.
- Read the redacted police report supplement notes page 2 of 2 here.
Randall was hired by the LACDC Board of Directors April 1, 2013. He succeeded longtime Executive Director Kevin Holsapple who retired in April 2013. Randall moved to Los Alamos with his wife from Hot Springs Village, Ark., where he served as general manager of a non-profit property owner’s association.
He was fired from that job after 20 months and from another job as city manager in Superior, Colo. Randall held that job from February 2007 to September 2010. He sued the City of Superior and the contentious lawsuit was finally settled last February after a 3-and-a-half-year battle. Click here and here and here for details.
Randall’s past jobs also include city manager of Auburn Hills, Mich., 2004-2006, Scott Randall & Associates 2003-2004, city manager of Clayton, Mo. 1997-2003, interim village administrator in Streamwood, Ill. 1992-1996 and village manager of LaGrange, Ill. 1988-1992.