2 State Troopers Placed On Paid Leave During Investigation Into Racist, Misogynistic Language At Off-duty Gathering

Two state troopers have been placed on paid leave as the Vermont State Police conducts an internal investigation of an off-duty gathering during which state troopers allegedly utilized racist slurs, misogynistic rhetoric and otherwise degrading language.

Vermont State Police spokesperson Adam Silverman on Friday confirmed that Commissioner of Public Safety Jennifer Morrison placed Troopers Nathan Jensen and Nathan Greco on paid leave on Feb. 15.

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