Ray Albers resigned after the city's board of police commissioners met and recommended to the board of aldermen that he be fired or resign. “I'm not condoning his behavior whatsoever,” Chief Aaron Jiminez said Thursday. “It's very hard because he is a good friend, he was a good boss. There's going to be those who didn't like him who are high-fiving now. Altogether it's going to be a black eye on the city of St. Ann because he represented our department.”

A YouTube video captured Albers pointing his rifle at protesters on Aug. 19 but doesn't show what happened before that. (You can watch the video here, but warning, it contains profanity.)

Members of that crowd verbally confront the officer, who appears to say, “I will (expletive) kill you. Get back.”

Read it at St. Louis Post-Dispatch.