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New Police Cruiser in Martinsburg

 

January 14, 2021

Brian Hess

Martinsburg Chief and Police Kerry L. Hoover stands next to the police department's newest cruiser. The 2021 Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicle was ordered last February from Tri-Star Motors in Blairsville and finally arrived in mid-December. The department had all emergency lighting installed at Team Force in Windber. The decals were added to the car at Jack White Signs in Altoona. Chief Hoover said the department's third police car cost approximately $42,000 to $43,000. The department's other two cars are 2016 (in the background) and 2013. The 2021 model is approximately 11 inches wider and a little longer than the 2016 vehicle.

Martinsburg Chief and Police Kerry L. Hoover stands next to the police department's newest cruiser. The 2021 Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicle was ordered last February from Tri-Star Motors in Blairsville and finally arrived in mid-December. The department had all emergency lighting installed at Team Force in Windber. The decals were added to the car at Jack White Signs in Altoona. Chief Hoover said the department's third police car cost approximately $42,000 to $43,000. The department's other two cars are 2016 (in the background) and 2013. The 2021 model is approximately 11 inches wi...



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