On February 28, 1936, Trooper Stanley C. Greene, 29, died after his motorcycle struck the rear of a truck on the Albany-Schenectady Road. Trooper Greene never regained consciousness and died at Memorial Hospital from skull and internal injuries. At the time, Trooper Greene was operating the first radio-equipped motorcycle assigned to the Troop G area.
Witnesses to the accident saw Trooper Greene grab for his Stetson when it was caught by the wind, just as the truck he was following slowed to make a turn.
Trooper Greene was assigned to the Newtonville outpost.