LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The woman accused of killing an off-duty Louisville Metro Police detective and a University of Kentucky employee has changed her plea.
Suzanne Whitlow entered a conditional guilty plea on Friday, according to WLEX. She is charged with two counts of manslaughter and one count of DUI.
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Police said that she drove drunk in October 2016, hitting and killing Louisville Police Detective Jason Schweitzer and UK employee Timothy Moore.
A conditional guilty plea means that she can appeal the punishment given to her by the court, according to WLEX.
Whitlow will be sentenced on March 16.