La. State Police Commander Retires Amid Fallout Around Ronald Greene Death

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The LSP commander overseeing Troop F is retiring amid a federal investigation into the death of a man in police custody.

On Monday, John Peters announced his retirement, effective next month, following a 26-year career with the State Police.

Peters was in charge of Troop F in May 2019 when Ronald Greene died after being tased and beaten by troopers during an arrest.

Greene's family says they were told he died in a car crash and are suing for wrongful death.

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