Snapshots of Hurricane Sandy Aftermath During MSP Deployment
Two Brighton Troopers were among the Michigan State Police's deployment of 24 law enforcement officers to New Jersey in order to provide law enforcement support and security in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The Michigan State Police (MSP) recently sent 24 uniform personnel to New Jersey on a seven day deployment to help provide law enforcement in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
MSP Jackson Post Commander Lt. Mike Krumm led the deployment with three sergeants and 20 Troopers from posts in Northern, Southwestern and mid-Michigan areas. Two of the State Troopers come from the Brighton Post.