Cop Out? McKinney Pool Party Cop Will NOT Face Charges

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MCKINNEY -- It's been just a little over a year since video outside a McKinney pool party went viral. It showed an officer pulling a gun on a couple of guys and throwing a teenage girl to the ground.

Officer Eric Casebolt resigned soon after the incident. But the question since then has been: Would he face any charges in the case.

McKinney cops took themselves out of the investigation, turning it over to the Texas Rangers. Thursday, the Rangers took their case to a Collin County grand jury who found there was not enough evidence to charge him in the case.

The Next Generation Action Network released a statement saying, "The results show that officers in America are allowed to do anything to the citizens they are sworn to protect."

McKinney police plan to hold a community meeting on Monday about how to move forward.