Lawsuit alleges N.J. State Police trooper pointed gun at retired colonel, teen daughterNJ.com
Jan. 21, 2013
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A retired Army Reserve colonel claims in a new lawsuit that a State Police trooper held him and his teenage daughter at gunpoint in 2010 at a rest area along the Garden State Parkway after mistaking their vehicle for another troopers were trying to find.