BRPD motorcycles clean up at skills competition
BATON ROUGE - The Baton Rouge Police Motorcycle Division competed in the inaugural Capital of Texas Police Motorcycle Chute-Out and won the first place team award.
Police said the competition held in Buda, Texas featured 64 riders from 22 agencies in speed course, slow ride, challenge ride, and "the eliminator" competitions.
Jeremy Stanley earned the distinguished title of "Mr. Rodeo" by taking home first place overall and also first place in the individual slow ride.
Other riders from the division including Marco LeBlanc, Mike Domingue, and Tyrone Honore' placed in the events which were held on three days late in May.
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