High Speed Caravan Leads To Changes Within State Police
The high speed caravan escorted by New Jersey State Police has led to multiple changes within the ranks.
The Star Ledger reports three commanders were reassigned on Friday. Major Robert Catullo, who oversees north Jersey, and his deputy commander, Captain Michael Cerisano were reassigned along with Captain Warren Moore, a regional commander. There were 7 other reassignments announced to the ranks on Friday.
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Lt. Stephen Jones, told Star Ledger a total of 10 commanders were transferred Friday "in a re-alignment aimed at the Operations Branch."
Their new assignments are not known, nor is the role the transferred troopers might have played in the high-speed escort. The moves are described as the one of the most significant moves in recent State Police history.