A former Baltimore Police officer was sentenced to 12 years in prison Friday.
Wesley Cagle was convicted on a weapons charge in the shooting of an unarmed suspect.
In December 2014, Cagle and three other officers responded to a commercial burglary.
Police said Michael Johansen ran from the building and officers ordered him to show his hands. Johansen reached down, and two officers shot him.
Cagle approached Johansen, who was lying on the ground, and shot him once in the groin.
Johansen survived and testified against Cagle, who is no longer on the police force.