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Fort Worth officer Aaron Dean free on bond after fatal shooting of Atatiana Jefferson in her home

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Aaron Dean, the former Fort Worth officer who is accused of murder in the fatal shooting of Atatiana Jefferson, has been freed on bond.
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News video: Former Maverick Harrison Barnes Helping Pay For Atatiana Jefferson's Funeral

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Jefferson was shot and killed in her home by a Fort Worth Police officer conducting a welfare check early last Saturday morning.

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