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State Police Sergeant Richard Teves kissed former trooper Ellen E. Engelhardt, his longtime girlfriend, in court yesterday. At right, defendant William P. Senne wept while apologizing.
State Police Sergeant Richard Teves kissed former trooper Ellen E. Engelhardt, his longtime girlfriend, in court yesterday. At right, defendant William P. Senne wept while apologizing. (Globe Pool Photos) Globe Pool Photos

'I'm sorry,' driver says of brain-injured ex-trooper

Gets 2 1/2 years in 2003 crash

By John Ellement and Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / January 21, 2005

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BROCKTON -- Former state trooper Ellen E. Engelhardt struggled to breathe yesterday, as a tearful William P. Senne haltingly told a judge: "I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I spend so much time thinking that there is nothing in this world I'd rather do than go back in time and fix it." (Full article: 1092 words)

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