UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - The Albany Police Officer accused in what Utica Police are calling a justifiable homicide had his case adjourned to May 1.
Christofer Kitto is charged with patronizing a prostitute in connection to that justifiable homicide in Utica back in January of 2019.
He pleaded not guilty to that charge.
Utica Police say Kitto was justified in shooting and killing Shatelle Hooks, of Syracuse, in a Lincoln Avenue apartment in Utica.
Police say he Hooks pulled a knife on Kitto and tried to rob him.
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