Trooper wanted his role kept mum
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -- A Pennsylvania state trooper who was with Ben Roethlisberger the night the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback was accused of sexual assault in Georgia was worried the department would find out.
In an interview, Ed Joyner asks a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent to let him know before she ran his name or Social Security number.
"It is very imperative that if anything is going southward, you end up running that, you have to call me before you do that," he said ...
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