LACDC head charged with DUI, battery

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By Tris DeRoma

Scott Randall, the director of the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, was arrested by Los Alamos Police Thursday night on one count of aggravated battery against a household member and driving under the influence.
According to police reports, police responded to his home at 5275 Quemazon for a domestic disturbance call.
When they arrived, Randall was no longer at the residence, but his wife was. Police observed a red bruise on her left wrist. The wife proceeded to tell police that she and Randall had been drinking earlier that night at the Buffalo Thunder Resort.
While there, Randall apparently had a heated email discussion with his daughter about a house purchase.
When they arrived home, he packed his bag and was getting ready to leave when he had an altercation with his wife, where he allegedly pushed against a wall, causing the wrist injury.
Police asked her if she had any other injuries, and she replied, “not from tonight.” She also said she didn’t need medical attention.
Police later contacted Randall and told him to come to the police department for an interview.
When he arrived, police determined he was found to be intoxicated through field sobriety tests.
Randall was arrested and spent the night in the Los Alamos Detention Center. He bonded out Friday and posted $2,000 bail.