Fort Worth officer released on bond
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -Former Fort Worth police officer who resigned after fatally shooting a woman through a window in her home has been released on bond.
According to police reports 34 year-old Aaron Dean is out of police custody after posting bond just four hours after his arrest in the shooting of 28 year-old Atatiana Jefferson.
Dean was arrested Monday on a $200,000 bond. Earlier in the day he resigned from the force , Fort Worth's police chief says he would've been fired if he hadn't.
Sgt. Chris Daniel read a statement in a press conference Monday night pledging to work "around the clock" for justice in the case ensuring a grieving community that " no stone is left unturned" in search for answers.
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