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Fired state trooper loses appeal, accused of sexually harassing women drivers

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A state trooper from Johnstown who was fired for conduct in traffic stops involving four young women won’t get his job back, a state appeals court ruled Thursday. The four women testified at a state police disciplinary hearing that Trooper Jeffrey C. Salatel either sexually harassed them or made inappropriate comments at traffic stops between May 2008 and November 2009. Each of the traffic stops happened along the Thruway, one near Canajoharie. Salatel was based ...


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