A Farmers Branch police officer charged with murder is expected in court for the first time Thursday morning.
Compelling video of an officer-involved shooting may have been the key to a quick indictment against a Farmers Branch officer.
A Dallas County grand jury indicted a Farmers Branch police officer for murder two weeks to the day after he shot and killed a suspect who was driving a stolen truck.
A Dallas County jury convicted Ken Johnson of murder and aggravated assault. Johnson was off-duty when he used his SUV to chase two teen burglary suspects and ram their car. He then opened fire on them - killing 16-year-old Jose Cruz and injuring Edgar Rodriguez. The sentencing phase of Johnson's trial begins January 8th.