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January 22, 2014 12:00 AM

'Mistake' at Seahawks game costs trooper his leadership role

The district commander in charge of Washington State Patrol troopers in Pierce and Thurston counties has been reassigned after he allowed his son and his son’s girlfriend into a Seattle Seahawks game even though they had no tickets, The News Tribune has learned.

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