State Police troop commander during Ronald Greene death set to retire
Former Louisiana State Police commander Captain John Peters announced his impending retirement in a letter to Troop F on Monday.
According to LSP Troop F public information officer Michael Reichardt, Peters is currently on terminal leave and is set to retire in August.
Peters took over as troop commander in 2018 and oversaw Troop F during the death of Ronald Greene following a violent encounter with Louisiana State Troopers.
Peters was transferred out of Troop F by State Police Superintendent Lamar Davis who said Peters' transfer marked an important first step towards addressing issues in the division.
Reichardt was unable to provide additional details about Peters' impending retirement.
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