A Metro Police officer who allegedly threatened a co-worker and made comments related to the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas has resigned, WSMV Channel 4 reports.
West precinct Officer Bruce Landes allegedly pulled a handgun from waistband and pointed it at a fellow officer during roll call last week at the Edgehill police substation.
Police said Friday the weapon in question belonged to Landes and not the police department.
Sources told WSMV his threats made reference to the shootings at Fort Hood.
The officer's personnel file shows he has been reprimanded three times in his eight-plus years at the department.
Landes resigned Tuesday citing personal reasons.
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