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Pennsylvania state trooper charged with tampering – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-04-22 17:05:00 –

Pennsylvania Police: Beaver Trooper charged with tampering

According to police, Trooper Trusk Alexander was accused of trying to withdraw someone’s ticket.


Pennsylvania police announced Thursday indictment against Beaver County soldiers. Investigators said they tried to withdraw a traffic ticket issued by another soldier. Trooper Trusk Alexander, 29, has been charged with tampering with records and identification cards, tampering with public records and information, and obstructing control of law and other government functions, state police said. Police issued it to Alexander’s acquaintance in November 2020 by another soldier in a statement. ” According to investigators, Alexander used his friend’s name and partial quote number to state the reason for the withdrawal as “the wrong defendant was chosen for the quote” before faxing it to the court. According to court documents, court officials noticed that the signature did not match the issuing soldier and notified him of the request. Pennsylvania police said Trooper Trusk Alexander was unpaid and suspended until the outcome of the case and an internal investigation. Alexander is assigned to the Patrol section of Beaver’s Troop D. This is a developing story. Download the WTAE mobile app to stay up to date and watch @ MCipriani_WTAE’s Pittsburgh Action News 4 report tonight at 5pm.

Pennsylvania police announced Thursday indictment against Beaver County soldiers. Investigators said they tried to withdraw a traffic ticket issued by another soldier.

Trooper Trusk Alexander, 29, has been charged with tampering with records and identification cards, tampering with public records and information, law enforcement and other obstructions to government functions, state police said.

“Truper Alexander has been accused of trying to withdraw a traffic ticket issued by another trooper to his acquaintance in November 2020,” police said in a statement.

According to court documents, Trooper Alexander filled out a withdrawal request form three days after his friend was quoted. According to investigators, Alexander used his friend’s name and partial quote number to state the reason for the withdrawal as “the wrong defendant was chosen for the quote” before faxing it to the court. According to court documents, court officials noticed that the signature did not match the issuing soldier and notified him of the request.

Pennsylvania police said Trooper Trusk Alexander was unpaid and suspended until the outcome of the case and an internal investigation.

Alexander is assigned to the Patrol section of Beaver’s Unit D.

This is a developing story. Download the WTAE mobile app Stay connected with updates and @MCipriani_WTAE Pittsburgh Action News 4 5pm tonight



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