FBI Agent Adrian Johnson Gets 18 Months in Fatal Drunk Driving Crash in Suburban D.C.

Adrian Johnson
By Allan Lengel

Ex-FBI agent Adrian Johnson was sentenced Friday in suburban D.C. to 18 months in prison for the 2011 drunk driving crash that killed one person and seriously injured another, the Washington Post reported.

Johnson, 39, who had been assigned to Attorney Gen. Eric Holder’s security detail, was convicted  of motor vehicle manslaughter in connection with a 2011 drunken driving crash that killed one teenager and seriously injured another was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison, authorities said. The prosecution had recommended a 10-year sentence, saying Johnson was speeding and driving drunk when the crash happened in Prince George’s County.

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