Dave Dahl is an intriguing, complex guy, and we spent four hours together Monday. We covered what happened on the November night Dahl — the founder of Dave’s Killer Bread — was arrested for, sheriff deputies say, crashing his Cadillac Escalade into two Washington County patrol cars, and eventually charged with 15 counts of assault, unlawful use of a weapon and resisting arrest.
At a Lucky Lab picnic table, we talked about what Dahl discovered about himself in the weeks leading up to what his attorney, Stephen Houze, describes as a “mental health crisis.”
And in the unfinished third floor of his Milwaukie home Monday night, I heard Dahl and his band, the Killer Granddaddies perform Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue on Black.”
My column on Dahl will be posted later this afternoon. In the meantime, a preview of things to come, much of it in Dave Dahl’s words:
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