ATLANTA (AP) — Fulton County District Attorney Paul L. Howard, Jr. announced today (June 17) felony murder and 10 other charge against Garrett Rolfe, the Atlanta officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks.
The second officer involved in Rayshard Brooks' death, Devin Brosnan, is cooperating and faces three charges including aggravated assault.
Howard said Brosnan "would become one of the first police officers to actually indicate that he is willing to testify against someone in his own department."
According to Howard, the officers stood on Rayshard Brooks' shoulder, kicked him while he lay on the ground struggling for life.
Howard said arrest warrants have been signed and he is asking the two men to surrender by 6 p.m. tomorrow, June 18.
Howard said the possible sentences for a felony murder conviction are life in prison without parole or even the death penalty.
Rachel Kellogg contributed to this report.