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GRAYS HARBOR SEES 2 NEW STATE PATROL TROOPERS

March 31, 2012

Grays Harbor now has 2 new Washington State Patrol Troopers. At a ceremony held in the Capitol on Friday, 44 Troopers were sworn in by and presented their commission cards by Governor Christine Gregoire.

“Today we celebrate these fine men and women who successfully completed the tough and demanding training we required of them to be a Trooper,” said Chief John Batiste.

After completing 26 weeks of training at the State Patrol Academy, Justin Blake of Hoquiam and Kelli Howes of Elma joined the 99th Washington State Patrol class.

Historically, only about three percent of the total numbers of applicants make the grade to become WSP Troopers.

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