Slain Pa. trooper was "one of our shining stars"
By Larry King and Derrick Nunnally
The Philadelphia Inquirer
SWIFTWATER, Pa. — Both were fathers of three, one in pursuit of the other as their speeding cars dodged and weaved through the Poconos Sunday night, on opposite life paths.
Pennsylvania State Trooper Joshua Miller, in the words of his commander, was "one of our shining stars, a top gun" of his Monroe County barracks here, a man who received commendations at least weekly for his work.
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