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This profile was last updated on 12/31/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Highway Patrol Captain

Local Address: Oklahoma, United States
 
Background

Employment History

  • Captain-Troop Commander
    Oklahoma Highway Patrol
  • Trooper
    Oklahoma Highway Patrol
  • Sergeant
    Durant Police Department
178 Total References
Web References
Col. Raymond Guidetti of altering ...
www.nj.com, 31 Dec 2014 [cached]
Col. Raymond Guidetti of altering rankings in order to punish those who had spoken up against him or one of his allies, Capt. Ronald Hampton.
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Pizzuro's lawsuit and the one filed by Tobey also accuse Hampton of influencing and changing promotional rankings.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. ...
www.firehouse.com, 27 Sept 2014 [cached]
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. Ronnie Hampton said three young women - all members of the North Central Texas College softball team - died at the scene following the accident that happened on Interstate 35 about 9 p.m. Friday.
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"What we do know is that the semi (truck) was headed north on I-35 when he departed the roadway and entered the southbound lanes," Hampton told The Oklahoman (http://bit.ly/1vo7lIS ). "When it impacted the bus, it just kept going and went off the side of road. ...
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Hampton said the van's driver - who also is the coach of the softball team - declined treatment at the scene and escaped without serious injury. The driver of the tractor-trailer was taken to a hospital for treatment and is expected to survive.
"Right now, it's being investigated like a homicide," Hampton said, adding that both drivers will undergo standard toxicology tests. Hampton said details of the crash were still not known but "something happened to cause (the semi-tractor driver) to depart the roadway and impact the other vehicle.
KTEN Online - Article
www.kten.com, 17 Jan 2004 [cached]
Wearing a seat belt will save your life according to Trooper Ronald Hampton of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.In fact, a new study says more people wearing seat belts were the reason for the decline in fatal accidents in Oklahoma last year. Hampton says he thinks it's because more people are making it a daily habit.More than 77 percent of drivers in Oklahoma wore their seat belts last year.This made officials believe that's why fatality accidents fell 14 percent from the pervious year. Hampton says,
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And Hampton says,
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But Hampton says drivers have to obey by the rules, "When you sign for your drivers license you agree to abide by the laws of the state now whether they agree or not it's the law."Hampton believes that pretty soon everyone will be buckling up, "As children start to grow up their use to the child restrain laws of when the were younger...so when they grow up it's going to be a habit for them to buckle up." Hampton says Oklahoma drivers have been required by law to wear their seat belts since 1998.
At Tuesday's press conference, ...
www.kxii.com, 30 Sept 2014 [cached]
At Tuesday's press conference, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. Ronnie Hampton discussed the ongoing investigation. He said, "they're keeping an open mind at this point as to what caused the accident. And, Hampton added, their investigation could take weeks or even months to complete.
"We don't determine causes -- we provide an investigative file to the district attorney, and in this case that's district attorney Craig Ladd, Hampton said.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. ...
www.dentonrc.com, 27 Sept 2014 [cached]
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. Ronnie Hampton said the semi crossed the median and veered into the southbound lanes, striking the bus. He said three women from the team died at the scene and a fourth died at a hospital in nearby Sulphur.
Hampton said the team's coach, who was driving the bus, declined treatment at the scene and escaped without serious injury. He said 15 other bus passengers were hurt, as was the driver of the tractor-trailer, who was expected to survive. The extent of the surviving team members' injuries wasn't known yet.
The front end of the team bus was virtually untouched, but the sides of the vehicle were heavily damaged. Troopers and witnesses said the driver's side of the bus sustained the worst damage.
Hampton said that after the truck struck the bus it kept going and went off the side of the road.
"We knew we had a two-vehicle accident by what we saw at the scene. ... But it took about an hour before we found the semi," he said.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Saturday that it was sending a team of investigators to the site.
Hampton said the Highway Patrol's investigation should take several weeks.
"Right now, it's being investigated like a homicide," Hampton said, adding that both drivers will undergo standard toxicology tests. Hampton said details of the crash were still not known but "something happened to cause [the semi-tractor driver] to depart the roadway and impact the other vehicle."
He said the accident will remain under investigation for several weeks.
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