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Friday, June 22, 2012
NY State Trooper Fired For Prostitution Ring Probe
Trooper Titus Taggert.
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The New York State Police has fired a Buffalo Trooper accused of organizing parties that may have involved prostitution.
State Police officials say
Trooper Titus Z. Taggart
, 41, was terminated following an administrative hearing.
Taggart was previously suspended in April after an internal investigation into allegations that he organized parties, while off-duty, that may have involved the promotion of prostitution.
Taggart was an 18-year veteran of the State Police, assigned to the Thruway in Buffalo.
Two other troopers involved in the investigation have also been suspended without pay.
, 41, and Trooper
, 41, were suspended for allegedly engaging in misconduct unrelated to organizing the parties in question.
Troopers Franklin, an 18-year veteran, and Hufnagel, an 11-year veteran, are both assigned to Troop T-Buffalo
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