BRISTOL - Two new rookies will report for duty on the Indiana Toll Road after their recent graduation from the 82nd Indiana State Police Recruit Academy.
Austin Slone, age 25, is a 2015 graduate of Warsaw Community High School. Following high school, Slone entered the U.S. Air Force and served four years of active duty. While in the Air Force, he earned an associate degree in criminal justice. Slone will patrol the Indiana Toll Road in St. Joseph, Elkhart and LaGrange County.
John Streeter, age 29, graduated from home schooling in 2012. He went on to attend Trine University, earning a degree in business management. Streeter will patrol the Indiana Toll Road in LaGrange and Steuben County.
The pair of troopers will now begin three months of field training. After successfully completing this phase, the troopers will be issued their own police cars and begin solo patrol on the Indiana Toll Road.
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