A trooper with the Washington State Patrol did not violate the agency’s policy on immigration enforcement when investigating a car crash involving a previously deported felon, an administrative review has found. But the trooper was found to have violated two other State Patrol rules.
A trooper with the Washington State Patrol did not violate the agency’s policy on immigration enforcement when investigating a car crash involving a previously deported felon, an administrative review has found. But the trooper was found to have violated two other State Patrol rules. Courtesy photo Washington State Patrol
A trooper with the Washington State Patrol did not violate the agency’s policy on immigration enforcement when investigating a car crash involving a previously deported felon, an administrative review has found. But the trooper was found to have violated two other State Patrol rules. Courtesy photo Washington State Patrol

Trooper didn’t violate policy of not enforcing immigration laws, but broke 2 other rules, review says

April 05, 2017 1:26 PM

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