In a statement, the police department said its officers have been cooperating with the investigation from the beginning. Officials haven’t said how the inquiry got started two years after the alleged crimes.
“The reprehensible actions of Ms. Johnson are unacceptable and do not reflect the high standards of the DeKalb County Police Department,” chief James Conroy said. “Her actions tarnish the reputations and service which is demonstrated by our honorable law enforcement officers each and every day.”
Johnson was released on bond Friday, jail records showed.
She couldn’t immediately be reached for comment on a listed phone number.
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The woman's teen son was inside at the time of the shooting.