Washington State’s Serpas To Head Nashville Police

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Washington State Patrol Chief Ronal Serpas has accepted the job as chief of the Nashville, Tenn., Police Department, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Serpas, who took over the state agency in August 2001, cracked down on speeders, drunken drivers, and seat-belt scofflaws and held his leadership accountable for their enforcement and accident records. The 43-year-old was
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