New Jersey: drunk detective gave his phony ID when he rear-ended citizen in violent crash

 From NJ.com
State Police Superintendent Rick Fuentes has ordered stricter policies on alcohol-related motor vehicle incidents involving troopers and launched an extensive review on the use of undercover identification cards.
The order, dated Monday and obtained by The Star-Ledger, was distributed to the command staff of the 2,900-member force and it came one day after the newspaper revealed the alleged cover-up of a trooper’s violent highway accident in Camden County in 2009.
Detective Sgt. William Billingham, an undercover trooper who carried a false identity, rear-ended Philadelphia resident Clayton Tanksley while off-duty and driving an unmarked trooper car, according to internal State Police memos….MORE