SPEED ISSUE: Trooper Warned While Driving Gov.

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Another State Trooper has been caught speeding while driving the governor.

The Iowa State Patrol says Trooper Darren Argabright was pulled over on August 27th on the way to an event in Hampton. A Franklin County deputy pulled Argabright over on Highway 3.

Authorities say Argabright was driving less than 10 miles per hour over the speed limit and was given a warning. Argabright notified his superiors and received an unknown discipline.

Back in April, State Trooper Steve Lawrence was cited for speeding while driving the governor. His ticket was for 19-miles per hour over the limit.

Both incidents happened under former Iowa Department of Public Safety Commissioner Brian London. He resigned his position in early September.