Atlanta officer to serve 10 days for off-duty DUI crashBy Alexis Stevens
Nov. 30, 2012
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An Atlanta police officer admitted Tuesday he had been drinking when he drove the wrong way on I-85 and struck a Greyhound bus nearly head-on in April.
Christopher Niezurawski, 36, pleaded guilty in DeKalb County State Court and was sentenced to 12 months, 10 days of which he’ll serve in jail, Sherry Boston, the county’s Solicitor-General, said in a press release.