A police officer in southwestern Michigan has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for killing a pedestrian while rushing to a home at 30 mph above the speed limit.
Berrien County Judge Dennis Wiley says Eugene Anderson failed to turn on his police lights and siren while responding to a domestic call last September.
His car struck and killed 48-year-old Kimberly Bedford of Hartford, who was drunk and not using a crosswalk.
Anderson was subsequently fired as a Benton Township officer.
He was convicted of causing death while driving, a misdemeanor.