The South Bend, Indiana police officer who shot and killed Eric Logan has resigned, officials confirmed on Monday.

“I can confirm that Sergeant Ryan O’Neill resigned from the South Bend Police Department effective immediately,” Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski said in a statement on Twitter.

Statement from Chief Scott Ruszkowski: “I can confirm that Sergeant Ryan O’Niell resigned from the South Bend Police Department effective immediately. I am in receipt of his resignation letter. I will have no further comment at this time.”

— South Bend Police (@southbendpolice)

O’Neill, who is white, was reportedly investigating reports of car break-ins on June 16 when he shot and killed Logan, a 54-year-old black man. Officials claimed Logan moved toward O’Neill

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