The Baton Rouge police are COMING after a woman . . . after a DRUNKEN officer MURDERED her one year old child.
Yesterday the Baton Rouge Police Department arrested 20-year-old Brittany Stephens. Brittany was the driver of an SUV that was struck by an off-duty police officer who was traveling at 94 miles per hour on Airline Highway in October 2017.
During the crash, where off-duty officer Christopher Manuel is believed to have been DRUNK or on DRUGS, Brittany’s one year old was killed.
Now police, who are UNHAPPY that one of their OWN might go down for homicide = have charged BRITTANY IN HER CHILD’S MURDER.
Police sarrested Brittany and claimed that her baby was not properly secured at the time of the crash.
According to a police report, this showed “gross negligence” on the part of Stephens and was a contributing factor in her daughter’s death.
Brittany has been charged with negligent homicide and a seatbelt violation. She faces AS MUCH OR MORE time in prison as the alleged DRUNKEN KILLER COP.
Off-duty officer, Christopher Manuel was arrested earlier this month on negligent homicide charges. He has since been released on a $15,000 bond. He remains on paid administrative leave as BRPD continues to investigate the crash.