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state police

noun as in state trooper

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In Virginia, state police said their troopers responded to 270 traffic crashes and 165 disabled vehicles.

Those deaths included 31 pedestrians and one bicyclist, according to data from county and state police.

A state police motorcade will then escort the hearse out of Annapolis.

A line of state police troopers and other Capitol employees held the mob back from entering the House floor.

The state police would say later that they could not have arrested people without escalating the potential for violence and that they were investigating whether crimes were committed.

Anrig was a leading criminal investigator for the Swiss state police until he was recruited to the Vatican in 1992.

He then spoke to the state police, who proved to be aware of the fallen nest.

“He was definitely taken by surprise,” Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan later said.

With lights flashing, the cruiser arrived at the Blooming Grove State Police barracks in Pike County.

The entry was read aloud by Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens at a September press conference a few days later.

When he was dying an agent of the state-police would call from time to time to ascertain if he were still alive.

The state police converged on the former site of Superior from several directions.

Finally, he opened the front door, just as a white State Police car was pulling up at the end of the walk.

"State Police, Corporal Kavaalen," a voice singsonged out of the receiver.

Rand pawed among the pistols; they were, as the State Police corporal had said, all junk.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to state police, such as: highway patrolman, mounted policeman, and trooper.

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