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From the NY Times' City Room blog, Sept. 8:

Officer Resigns, Then Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter
An off-duty police officer who struck and killed a woman in Brooklyn in 2009 pleaded guilty in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Wednesday to second-degree vehicular manslaughter. According to the terms of the plea agreement, the officer, Andrew Kelly, will serve 90 days in jail and receive five years probation.

Mr. Kelly also resigned from the New York Police Department on Friday, said to his lawyer, Arthur Aidala.

According to the police, Mr. Kelly was driving a sport utility vehicle about 1 a.