A Fort Worth officer has been indicted for the 2012 death of a 77-year-old man after an auto collision, according to NBC DFW. Prosecutors have charged 30-year-old officer Christopher Bolling with one count of manslaughter, alleging that he recklessly crashed his vehicle into the vehicle of Billie Addington while driving at high speeds without his lights or sirens on. As a result of the crash, Addington received multiple injuries, and died a few months later. Bolling turned himself in on Friday, but was released after posting the $7,500 bond.
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