One Year Later: Will Ex-McKinney Pool Party Cop Ever Face Charges?

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McKINNEY, Texas -- The controversial "McKinney Pool Party" that happened in our backyard a year ago made a splash all over America. Cell phone footage captured ex-McKinney cop Eric Casebolt rolling onto the scene of a party at a neighborhood pool.

Cops were called after neighbors complained about a group of teens causing a disturbance and refusing to leave. But it was when Casebolt was caught on cam throwing and pinning a young black girl to the ground that things went viral.

It also got worse when he pulled his gun out on two other teens.

Another video shows Tatyana Rhodes in a scuffle with two women. Last check, Tracey Carver, the woman Rhodes is fighting in the video fled to California after she claimed she was receiving death threats.

Casebolt resigned immediately after the incident. Although a full investigation has been completed by the Texas Rangers , we're told the case is currently in the hands of Collin County District Attorney's Office.

But Rhodes' lawyer says he's yet to receive any details on the investigation.