Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter convicted in Daunte Wright death to be freed from prison
Potter’s recent Minnesota booking photo shows her deterioration after 16 months in prison
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett says there’s a very fine line between a mistake and culpable negligence.
Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, who accidentally killed Daunte Wright when she mistook her firearm for a stun gun during a traffic stop, is set to be released from prison Monday, records show.
Potter, 50, has served 16 months at the Shakopee Minnesota Correctional Facility and will serve another eight months on supervised release.
A shocking new booking photo shows the former Brooklyn Center police officer’s deterioration behind bars.