Speed and cover up
TRENTON, N.J.- A New Jersey state trooper pleaded guilty to altering the license plate on his patrol car to cover up his role in escorting a caravan of sports cars doing 100 miles per hour. A second trooper in the case is trying to enroll in a pretrial intervention program that would keep his record clean but both were fired and are barred from holding a job in law enforcement in New Jersey. Witnesses reported seeing the caravan on the Garden State Turnpike last March. Sgt. First Class Nadir Nassry pleaded guilty to tampering with records and trooper Joseph Ventrella applied for pretrial intervention.
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