North Carolina Highway Patrol graduates 47 troopers, one from Anson

By: For the Record
For the Record Forty-seven troopers graduated from the basic State Highway Patrol school on Nov. 18.
Johnson
Mullis

RALEIGH – The N.C. State Highway Patrol welcomed 47 new troopers at a graduation ceremony for the 140th basic highway patrol school on Nov. 18. The celebration ended 15 weeks of extensive academic and physical training.

The ceremony was held at the Colonial Baptist Church in Cary. The oath of office was administered by Judge Harold T. Jarrell Jr., North Carolina District Courts. Frank L. Perry, secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and Colonel Bill Grey, commander of the State Highway Patrol provided remarks.

The cadets will report to their respective duty stations on Wednesday, Dec. 7 to begin a rigorous field training program.

Graduate Erik A. Johnson of Anson County will report to the Richmond County duty station. Union County graduate Brett N. Mullis will report to the one in Anson.

For the Record Forty-seven troopers graduated from the basic State Highway Patrol school on Nov. 18.
https://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Highway-Patrol-graduation-2016-fz.jpgFor the Record Forty-seven troopers graduated from the basic State Highway Patrol school on Nov. 18.

Johnson
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Mullis
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One graduate is from Anson

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