Fort Worth police chief apologizes for Atatiana Jefferson's death 10/15/2019 9:31 am PDT Comments WITI via WITI FORT WORTH, Texas (WITI) -- Fort Worth Interim Police Chief Ed Kraus apologized Tuesday for the killing of Atatiana Jefferson in her home by a Fort Worth officer. “I'm deeply sorry for what occurred,” Kraus said at a news conference. “Human life is a precious thing. It should not have been taken from Ms. Jefferson." The officer, Aaron Dean, resigned after Saturday morning's shooting. Kraus provided new information about Dean's arrest Monday: He was arrested by police officers at his attorney's office. MORE: 'I'm deeply sorry:' Fort Worth police chief apologizes for Atatiana Jefferson death - WITI #FortWorth #LawEnforcement #Texas #WITI Related Stories Officer kills woman inside her Texas home after welfare call Cop booked on murder charge after fatally shooting woman in home Fort Worth officer resigns after fatal shooting of woman in her home Cops release censored footage of shooting that left woman dead at home Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.