A tentative date of December 6th is on the calendar for the trial of the former Brooklyn Center police officer charged in Daunte Wright’s death.
The prosecution and defense agreed with that date, but said they still are working on their cases when it comes to witnesses and experts and may know better by next month where they stand. Kim Potter shot and killed Wright last month during a traffic stop. She is charged with second-degree manslaughter. Over the weekend the City of Brooklyn Center passed a sweeping public safety resolution aimed at changing how policing is performed in the city. It would create new departments for community safety, which would oversee the existing police and fire departments.