|Agency||Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia|
|Dates of Service||Hired 2009|
|Last Known Status||Suspended|
2020 Death of Karon Hylton-Brown
Sutton has been on administrative leave since the crash. 
On September 23, 2021, Sutton was indicted on a local charge of second-degree murder and federal charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Sutton pleaded not guilty to all charges and was given home detention.
On September 24, 2021, Sutton pleaded not guilty.
On October 20, 2021, the Hylton-Brown's family filed a $100 million lawsuit against the city and five officers, citing violations of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, and seven violations of state law.
On December 21, 2022, Sutton was found guilty of second-degree murder, conspiracy to obstruct, and obstruction of justice.
- D.C. Police Officer Indicted On Murder, Conspiracy Charges In Death Of Karon Hylton-Brown, dcist, 2021-09-24
- Terence Sutton Officer Metropolitan Police Department, GovSalaries, 2017
- Two Officers Indicted on Charges in Death of 20-Year-Old Karon Hylton-Brown, U.S. Attorneys Office District of Columbia, 2021-09-24
- Stamped Indictment, United States District Court, 2021-09-23
- Rick Massimo, DC officers charged with murder, obstruction in scooter driver’s death, WTOP 2021-09-24
- D.C. officer charged with murder in police pursuit crash that prompted protests, KTLA, 2021-09-24
- Karon Hylton-Brown lawsuit, United States District Court for the District of Columbia, 2021-10-20
- Police officers found guilty in fatal pursuit of man on electric scooter, ABC News, 2022-12-22