ALBANY, N.Y. -- Albany Police Officer Christofer Kitto has resigned from his position with the police department and pleaded guilty to DWAI.
He was accused of shooting a Syracuse man to death in what Utica police called a ‘justifiable homicide.’
Christopher Kitto resigned from Albany Police Dept. yesterday, pleaded guilty to DWAI/alcohol in Utica City Court today pic.twitter.com/096SZUu3US
— Joleen Ferris (@joleenferris) May 14, 2019
Tuesday in Utica City Court, Kitto pleaded to driving while ability impaired, and the patronizing a prostitute charge was dropped.
He had to pay a $500 fine and a $255 surcharge. His license has also been suspended for 90 days.
Kitto resigned from the Albany Police Department Monday.
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