Man who killed off-duty Detroit cop with her service weapon will likely not serve jail time

Man who killed off-duty Detroit cop with her service weapon will likely not serve jail time


A man who shot and killed his girlfriend, a sergeant with the Detroit Police Department, will likely not serve jail time after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors.

The plea agreement stems from an apparent incident of domestic violence several years ago. In June 2019, 35-year-old Eddie Ray-Jr. Johnson and his live-in girlfriend, Elaine Williams — a 34-year-old mother of two and a 14-year member of DPD — went out with some neighbors to grab drinks at a local bar.

“I know a lot of cops aren’t going to be happy about this.”

When everyone returned to their respective homes in Garden City, Michigan — a suburb of Detroit — the neighbors could hear Johnson and Williams arguing, court documents showed.

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Then, just before midnight, police received a

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