Texas Cop Who Pulled Gun on Teens at Pool Party Resigns

Sources told NBC News Tuesday evening, The suburban Dallas police officer placed on leave after drawing a gun on teenagers at a pool party has resigned.
Eric Casebolt of the McKinney Police Department turned in his badge amid an ongoing internal investigation of Friday's escalating incident, which was caught on camera.
McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley said later at a news conference, "He resigned on his own will," adding that the 10-year veteran is still entitled to his pension and benefits.
The incident has riled up the small city of McKinney after witnesses said officers appeared to be targeting black attendees at the pool party.