Cadets Graduate from State Police Academy

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HARRISBURG — A new class of Pennsylvania State Troopers graduated from the academy on Friday.

Commissioner Tyree C. Blocker announced today that 62 cadets graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey and have been assigned to troops across the state. The men and women represent the 147th graduating cadet class.

The graduates have been assigned to the following troops:

Troop C, Clarion

Jared Beilman

Zachary Huffman

Aaron Shaprio

Corre Sommers


Troop C, Clearfield

Andres Made


Troop C, DuBois

Joseph Caputo

Caleb Diaz

Seth Hari


Troop C, Kane

Brandon Collett

Scott Emeigh

Daniel Nestler

Quinton O’Rourke

Josh Sheppeck


Troop C, Marienville

Chanse Davy

Tyler Kalnik

Nicholas Wissinger


Troop C, Punxsutawney

Daniel Jackson

Antonio Suprano


Troop C, Ridgeway

Joseph Burke

Michael Cook

Eric Neidrick


Troop D, Butler

Clayton Duvall

Matthew Kephart

Nathan Spangler

Philip Treadway


Troop D, Kittanning

Jordan Eckman


Troop D, Mercer

Kelly Chambers


Troop E, Franklin

Daniel Kephart


Troop E, Warren

James Andrews

Steven Peters

Joshua Russo

Shea Sedler


Troop F, Coudersport

Andrew Book

Brandon Henne

Matthew Lesher

Nicholas Smith


Troop F, Emporium

Jake Wallace


Troop F, Lamar

Andrew Adams

Andrew Bishop

Lauren Pohlig

Zachary Yetter


Troop F, Mansfield

George Aguirre

Anthony Mazzone


Troop F, Stonington

Allen Wolff


Troop G, Bedford

Josh Stratton


Troop G, Huntingdon

Brooke King


Troop G, McConnellsburg

Davey Miller


Troop N, Bloomsburg

Nicolas Lakkis

Mark Malshefski

John Waida


Troop N, Swiftwater

Jasmine Berrocal

Justin Leri

Melodee Shuman

Cody Simcox

Dustin Spangler


Troop P, Towanda

Robert Borkowski

James Gaizick

Michael Mogish

Michael Novak

Anthony Oliveri

Michael Prendergast

Mohamad Saloukha

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