McKinney Pastors: ‘Seven Minutes that Changed the World’

McKINNEY, Texas — Tuesday night, McKinney pastors led a prayer and healing service in the Craig Ranch subdivision park with several dozen residents. They discussed the seven minute YouTube video — “seven minutes that changed the world,” said one pastor. Residents have been threatened and besmirched in the days since the community pool incident Friday evening.

McKinney Pastors lead healing service in Craig Ranch

McKinney Officials Respond to Casebolt’s Resignation

McKINNEY, Texas — The Mayor and Police Chief of the City of McKinney responded in a press conference to the resignation of Corporal Eric Casebolt Tuesday afternoon. Casebolt resigned following the release of a video showing him wrestling a bikini-clad teenage girl to the ground after she failed to comply with commands and resisted being detained.

Chief Conley

McKinney Police Officer Eric Casebolt Resigns

McKINNEY, Texas — McKinney Police Corporal Eric Casebolt announced his resignation from the department Tuesday afternoon. Casebolt was the officer in the YouTube video by Brandon Brooks who wrestled a teenage girl to the ground after she refused to leave the scene and resisted his attempts to restrain her.


McKinney Community Attempts Return to Calm, Continues to Support Police

The community of Craig Ranch is attempting to restore calm in the neighborhood after a weekend where residents claim to have been threatened and large, chanting crowds marched through their residential streets. The pool, owned and operated by the Craig Ranch Community Association, that became the center of national scrutiny was re-opened to the residents Tuesday morning.

Craig Ranch Playground during protest

McKinney Black Pastor: ‘I Understand Why the Officer Drew His Gun’

McKINNEY, Texas – A local pastor told Breitbart Texas he understood why the McKinney police officer pulled his gun on the two young men who charged towards him as he was attempting to detain a teenage girl. The comment from the pastor, who did not give his name, came during a conversation just prior to Monday night’s march by activists through the McKinney community of Craig Ranch.

McKinney Police officer drawing weapon