Attorney: N.J. Troopers Have Escorted Dozens of Caravans
April 26, 2012
The attorney for one of two troopers suspended amid allegations they led a caravan of sports cars racing to Atlantic City last month said Wednesday his own investigation shows the State Police have escorted "dozens" of similar caravans in the past, though not at high speeds, reports the Star-Ledger.
"I'm not talking about a funeral," said Charles Sciarra, who represents suspended Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry. "I'm talking about high-end vehicles moving on the state roads with escorts."
At the same time, just what State Police policy on escorts was remained unclear.
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