More State Police Officials Retire Over Altered Arrest Report

BOSTON, MA (WBZ-AM) -- More fallout from the altered arrest report on the daughter of a Worcester county judge. Two more state police officials have "retired."

Major Susan Anderson, Commander of the Holden barracks where the trooper who was ordered to remove statements from  his police report was assigned and Lt. Colonel Daniel Risteen, the 3rd in command at the State Police are taking early retirement.   A spokesperson calls is a "restructuring of the command staff.   

Former state police col richard mcckeon and his second in command retired abruptly after the altered report came to light in December.   The arresting troopers have filed suit alleging command staff and the Worcester County District's office coerced them into acting illegally.  

McKeon insists they were properly encouraged to remove irrelevant statements made by Ali Bibeau

The Worcester County DA's Officewhich is not named as a party to the suit says it will not comment while litigation and a State Attorney General's investigation is pending

WBZ NewsRadio1030's Lana Jones reports.

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