NYPD officer resigns amid backlash, police say

A New York City Police Department officer resigned on Thursday, more than a year after he was charged for allegedly breaking into a woman's home, threatening her and yelling racial slurs.
0:23 | 01/03/20

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NYPD police officer convicted for assault and trespassing in Nashville. Has resigned from the force investigators say Michael Reynolds broken Norman's home back in 2018. He was running a house next door while on vacation the woman says. He yelled racial slurs and threatened her before leaving the department was going to started disciplinary hearing but he quit. Reynolds will not receive a pension now.

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