NJ ‘Death Race 2012′ Scandal Leads to State Police Shake-up

The State Police have reassigned three commanders, including a high-ranking major, as the scandal involving high-speed escorts of luxury sports cars spread up the ranks, three sources with knowledge of the moves said today. The shake-up was one of the most significant in the division’s recent history. The commander of the troop overseeing northern New Jersey, Maj. Robert Catullo, and his deputy commander, Capt. Michael Cerisano, were reassigned late Friday, as was a region commander, Capt. Warren Moore, said the sources, who requested anonymity because they were not allowed to discuss the moves. – NJ.Com

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