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One of the reasons a K-9 can't replace the horse.  Nothing is known about this picture.  Photo
Courtesy of the West Virginia State Police.
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Notice the Thompson machine gun mounted on the car.  Photo courtesy of the West Virginia
State Police.
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This is believed to have been taken in the 1920's.  Notice the cross-draw holster.  Photo
courtesy of the West Virginia State Police.
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The writing on this picture tells us it is Cpl. Tony Scalise in 1938.  Notice he was wearing a
cross draw holster.  His sleeve indicates he had between 14 and 16 years of service at the
time.  He is obviously very happy in the company of a very pretty lady.  Photo courtesy of the
West Virginia State Police.
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We have no information about this picture.  It appears to be a crime scene, maybe at
Charleston National Bank.  Photo courtesy of the West Virginia State Police.
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We have no information about this picture.  Photo courtesy of the West Virginia State Police.
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We have no information about this picture.  I would love to know if there was a certain time
period when the troopers all wore cross draw holsters.  Notice there were no badges or metal
of any kind on the shirts, only the jackets.  Photo courtesy of the West Virginia State Police.
Trooper Junior "J. R. Potts served as a West Virginia
State Trooper for 26 1/2 years.  This was taken when he
was stationed at Elkins around 1961 or 1962.  During his
service he was stationed at Martinsburg, Elkins,
Shinnston, and Charleston.  He passed away in August
2009.  Photo provided by his granddaughter Alicia Potts.