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Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police
Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police

Gov. Larry Hogan picked a career trooper to lead the Maryland State Police, announcing William M. Pallozzi Tuesday as his pick for the agency's superintendent. Pallozzi spent 25 years in the state police including a variety of leadership roles, and Hogan praised him for now serving in every single rank the agency offers. Pallozzi retired as a lieutenant colonel late last year, and his appointment requires approval of the Maryland Senate. "I am confident that he will lead the men and women of this respected agency with the utmost integrity and will work tirelessly to protect and serve all the citizens of Maryland,” Hogan said in a statement. The job oversees...