Killer Gets 30 Years for Shooting Wife, a Fellow Special-ed Teacher in Crowley ISD

A judge on Tuesday sentenced a Tarrant County man to 30 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to murdering his wife, officials said.Sean Wolfe Johnson, 37, turned himself in to police on April 22, 2017, after killing his wife, Michelle Johnson. The couple lived in Edgecliff Village, a small town within the city of Fort Worth, and both were special education teachers in Crowley ISD. The 47-year-old victim taught visually impaired students.After the slaying, Johnson was found in a Fort Worth church parking lot with bloody hands. He had called 911, telling dispatchers his wife was dead and that he wanted to turn himself in.  Continue reading...

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