FORMER police officer Kimberly Potter was found guilty of manslaughter on December 23, 2021, following her trial.
Potter facing charges for allegedly shooting and killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright earlier this year.
Is Kim Potter still married?
Potter is married to husband Jeff Potter who is a retired police officer, Celeb Saga reports.
The long-time couple met when they were in high school, Kim was 15-years-old at the time.
According to Conan Daily, Jeff has expertise in medical and identity fraud and threat assessment.
The couple has two sons together, one of which is in college while the other is an active duty marine.
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Who is Jeff Potter?
Jeffrey Potter, who was also a police officer served in the Fridley Police Department in Minnesota for 28 years until his retirement in 2017.
The family reportedly lives in a different Minneapolis suburb.
Conan Daily also reported that from 1988 to 1989, Jeff attended Lakewood Community College in Saint Paul where he earned his associate’s degree in law enforcement.
The site also wrote that as of March 2017, he joined Allina Health in Minneapolis as a security officer.
What did Kim Potter do?
Kim Potter faced a two week trial before her verdict was read on December, 23, 2021.
She was charged with first and second degree manslaughter after the former cop reportedly mistook her gun for a taser on that tragic night which is what led to the death of 20-year-old Wright
The jury found Potter guilty on all charges against her, she will now face 25 years in jail.
The date of her sentencing is expected at a later date.
When recalling the day that the tragic event took place Potter shared her experience.
Potter told the court, "We were struggling. We were trying to keep him from driving away. It just went chaotic."
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