A former District of Columbia police officer has been sentenced to life without parole in the deaths of his mistress and their baby daughter.
The family of a murdered Prince George’s County woman and her baby get the justice they wanted. Police say the man convicted not only led a secret life but was sworn to uphold the law.
A jury has convicted a D.C. police officer of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his mistress and their baby daughter.
Testimony continues in the trial of a D.C. police officer charged in the deaths of his mistress and his young child.
A District of Columbia police officer embroiled in a paternity suit fatally shot his mistress before leaving their infant child to die in an overheated car, prosecutors said as the officer’s murder trial opened Monday.
A mother and her baby disappeared the night before a paternity hearing. The man called to that court appearance is now in jail for the murder of that woman and her child.