Ohio State Trooper Killed in Crash

Ohio State Trooper Killed in Crash

There are 45 comments on the WJW Fox 8 Cleveland story from Feb 4, 2010, titled Ohio State Trooper Killed in Crash. In it, WJW Fox 8 Cleveland reports that:

Authorities say they are investigating a fatal accident in Wyandot County that killed an Ohio State trooper, and injured another.

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New Albany, OH

#41 Feb 5, 2010
jim perrino wrote:
You'll find out that the troopers were probably @ fault with the reckless driving that I have witnessed in the past from our lovely OSP officers. Someone needs to put a leash on these out of control law enforcement. Before anyone reams me a new one I'm a second year Criminal justice (police science) student. I am learning about the actions that law enforcement take during certain situations. THEY NEED TO BE ON A LEASH before more people get hurt. OSP should be the first sense they are the top law in the state. Examples should be start @ the top
You can not be serious?? The OSHP is one of the most highly dedicated and trained officers in the country. You are someone who has obviously not been accepted into the OSHP, the statement you made makes its more than obvious. Tpr. Baldridge was a fine young man who gave his life to protect idiots like you!!! RIP Andy and I pray that your family finds peace.
SisterofFallen Officer

Columbus, OH

#42 Feb 6, 2010
25yearlawdog wrote:
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Kid, the first thing any investigator learns is to investigate, not to spout off with incomplete information. I have some concerns about your education so far, based on some of your grammar and word usage. I too have a criminal justice degree, but 25 years ago I knew there was a difference between academics and field practices. Good luck, but a change of attitude will be essential for a successful career. Also, developing a sense of compassion for the families of the dead and injured will be a critical skill you'll need.
Sir, thank you for your appropriate and sensitive response to what was a less than helpful diatribe. From the relative of a fallen officer, your words were healing.
Carey Resident

Orlando, FL

#43 Feb 6, 2010
I don't care if you have a degree or not. It is a tragedy here in our little town. He was well known and very active in the athletics at our local school, working with kids of all ages. He was only 25. Fault or not, have a little compassion and never assume anything when you don't know the person. Also have a little respect for his family.
Scott Eshelman

AOL

#44 Feb 7, 2010
the nerve...you think being a second yr college student qualifys you to speak negative of a trooper who dies or any officer who dies in the line of duty. You speak of their "wreckless actions" or driving style and how they are the top agency in the state. You know nothing about the job nor the men and women who serve. These are trained operatiors and taught the art of high speed driving and other tactic's. What did you get some citations, get arrested by this agency so you want to run your mouth on the computer about how they are flawed. The nerve of you, maybe your decision in a career is because you can not nor have the heart it takes to serve on this level. Yes sit there in your safe college class room and speak ill of the poeple you will one day count on. Lets see how you want them to drive to you when your being injured by someone or something, in need of there assistance because your stranded or trapped in a accident or any other of the countless examples. Wreckless, the one thing I have learned in this life is its a funny thing how the ones who talk bad about law officers are usually the first ones to wet there pants and cry for their help. good luck with your career, sounds like its a perfect fit for you.
jmp6183

Elyria, OH

#45 Feb 7, 2010
jim perrino wrote:
You'll find out that the troopers were probably @ fault with the reckless driving that I have witnessed in the past from our lovely OSP officers. Someone needs to put a leash on these out of control law enforcement. Before anyone reams me a new one I'm a second year Criminal justice (police science) student. I am learning about the actions that law enforcement take during certain situations. THEY NEED TO BE ON A LEASH before more people get hurt. OSP should be the first sense they are the top law in the state. Examples should be start @ the top
First off, someone lost their life and for you to make a comment like above, is very sad. With you being a second year criminal justice student, you should know that you need FACTS before making an accusation like that. Some of you wanna be officers need to get a life. Now, go back and study the part about getting the FACTS. RIP Trooper Baldridge..

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