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Police Recognized For Impaired Driving Enforcement


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On Thursday, June 22, Verona Police Officers Ed Carattini Jr. and Aaron Seubert (center, above) were recognized for their efforts to deter drunk and drugged driving.

The two officers were honored at the annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) New Jersey Law Enforcement Recognition Ceremony, which was held this year at Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus. Traffic Sgt. John Lecreux and Patrol Captain Dave Wardrope from the Verona Police Department also attended in support.

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