Carson City’s Michael “Sean” Giurlani is the Nevada Highway Patrol’s most senior trooper, and now he’s got the badge to prove it. Giurlani received badge No. 1, the state’s lowest-numbered badge, in a ceremony Monday at the Highway Patrol’s Carson City headquarters. His 14-year-old son, Jacob, pinned the badge on him as family members and others watched. Giurlani became the top trooper when Trooper Lori McGrath retired last month. “You know, it’s really hard to believe,” said Giurlani, 47, who started with the Highway Patrol in Las Vegas in 1988. “When you first start your career, you’re thinking wow, how …
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