Man Receives Two Life Sentences Plus 835 Years for Killing Police Officer

Man Receives Two Life Sentences Plus 835 Years for Killing Police Officer


A man will spend the remainder of his natural life in prison after he was tried and convicted of murdering a police officer in a 2018 shooting.

On Wednesday, a jury in Crittenden County, Arkansas, found 27-year-old Demarcus Donnell Parker guilty of first-degree murder in the April 28, 2018, shooting death of off-duty police officer Oliver Johnson, prosecutors said in a news release.

Johnson was a 25-year-old officer working for the Forrest City Police Department when he was killed by Parker.

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Johnson lived in the city of West Memphis at the time, which is where the slaying occurred.

According to WREG-TV, Parker was firing at members of a rival gang when a stray bullet struck Johnson while he was in his apartment with his daughter.

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Up to 40 shots were reportedly fired during the gang shooting.

During the sentencing phase of his trial, a jury of five women

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