A Tennessee sheriff's detective was not under the influence of alcohol when his unmarked patrol car hit and killed a Kentucky girl.
That's according to a prosecutor who just received alcohol tests on Sergeant Ron Killings.
Police say 11-year-old Lakeisha White was crossing a Murfreesboro, Tennessee street last week, when Killings' car hit her.
The Hopkinsville girl later died at a hospital. She was in Tennessee, visiting her grandmother.
Killings is now on routine leave pending further investigation, but police have said White darted in front of the car.