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NSP's Troop E welcomes new Lieutenant

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There's a new face on the force of Nebraska State Patrol's Troop E.

Although Lieutenant Martin Denton just started his new job as Traffic Services Lieutenant in Scottsbluff this week, he's no stranger to the panhandle, or to the Nebraska State Patrol.

Denton has been with NSP since 1996, when he started in Kimball.

After serving there for 8 years, Lt. Denton was promoted and spent the last 9 years as a Sergeant in Holderidge.

As a Torrington High School and Chadron State College alumni, Lt. Denton says coming back to the panhandle feels like he's 'coming back home,' and is looking forward making sure Troop E's roads are kept safe.
"I'm really excited to be back in the panhandle area, really excited about the highway safety initiatives that Troop E has going. Currently we're really trying to push to get the community to report every drunk driver immediately, ready report."
Lt. Denton is replacing Lt. Lance Rogers, who was recently promoted Captain in Command of Headquarters Troop in Lincoln.


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