A Dallas police officer who is accused of killing her neighbor after mistaking his apartment for her own was sacked Monday.
A Dallas police officer was arrested Sunday on a manslaughter warrant in the shooting of a black man at his home, Texas authorities said.
Guyger earlier said she shot and killed Botham Shem Jean after she thought she was entering her own apartment, not realizing she was on the wrong floor of her building.
"Officer Guyger was terminated for her actions", the news release said. Guyger allegedly gave verbal commands, because she believed her apartment was being burglarized, and then drew her weapon and fired twice, the affidavit said.
Guyger was on the force since 2013.
Guyger, who is still dealing with a manslaughter charge for her role in the shooting, could make an appeal over the termination.
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She had been on administrative leave, as activists called for her immediate firing.
Chief Hall addressed concerns about Guyger's employment status late last week, saying she would not take action as long as the investigation was active because she didn't want to risk compromising the criminal case.
She said when she put her key in the apartment door, which was unlocked and slightly ajar, it opened, according to the affidavit.
When she turned on the lights, she realized she was in the wrong unit, according to the document, which appeared to be based nearly entirely upon the officer's account.
Investigators told the newspaper that Guyger, who lived on the third floor, used her key with an electronic chip to enter Jean's fourth-floor apartment, but his door wasn't entirely closed, so the officer was able to access the residence exclusively by the force of putting her key inside, according to an arrest warrant affidavit written by the Texas Rangers. Two days later, protesters wheeled a coffin to the entrance of AT&T Stadium before the Cowboys-Giants game as part of a symbolic funeral procession for Jean.
This is a developing story.