ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) -- An Atlanta police officer has been sentenced to 4 years and six months in prison for lying to investigators after a drug raid ended in the death of a 92-year-old woman===========IMAGE=======================/IMAGE===========startclickprintexclude endclickprintexclude
Superior Court Judge Michael Johnson also sentenced Arthur Tesler on Thursday to six months of probation.
The officer must serve 450 hours of community service.
Kathryn Johnston died in a hail of bullets after narcotics officers burst into her northwest Atlanta home on November 21, 2006, using a special no-knock warrant to search for drugs.The 42-year-old Tesler was convicted Tuesday of making false statements. Two other officers have already pleaded guilty and Tesler was the only officer to go to trial.