Eric Casebolt: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Ex-Officer Eric Casebolt detaining Dajerria Becton. (YouTube)

A McKinney, Texas, cop was recorded in a now-viral video cursing at juveniles, violently detaining a 15-year-old girl and pointing his gun at two unarmed teens at a community pool party.

David Eric Casebolt, a 40-year-old Navy veteran who had been an officer in McKinney for nearly 10 years, resigned from his position as corporal four days after the June 5 incident. He had been placed on administrative leave on Sunday after the video, which was posted to YouTube.

Police Chief Greg Conley called Casebolt’s actions “inexcusable” and said he was the only officer on the scene who didn’t follow proper protocols and training.

Casebolt, who goes by his middle name Eric, is white, while the teens he is seen arresting and yelling expletives at are black.

The family of the teens who were at the party and other community activists have called for criminal charges to also be filed against Casebolt.

McKinney, which is in Collin County, Texas, is about 40 minutes from Dallas. The city of about 131,000 residents is about 75 percent white and 11 percent black, according to the 2010 census. It was named as CNN Money’s Best Place to Live in America in 2014.

Update: A Collin County Grand Jury has declined to indict Casebolt. The decision was announced June 23, 2016.

Here’s what you need to know about the pool party incident and Casebolt:

1. Casebolt’s Attorney Says He Let His Emotions Get the Best of Him

Casebolt’s attorney, Jane Bishkin, spoke out for the first time on Wednesday, saying Casebolt “let his emotions get the best of him.” She said Casebolt, who is in an undisclosed location with his family because of alleged death threats, apologizes to anyone who felt harassed, including the 15-year-old girl.

She also said Casebolt was stressed because of two suicide calls he responded to prior to the pool party incident.

McKinney Police said on Facebook that the incident happened Friday, June 5, at about 7:15 p.m. The department said officers responded to the Craig Ranch North Community Pool for a “disturbance involving multiple juveniles at the location, who do not live in the area or have permission to be there, refusing to leave.”

Casebolt is seen in the video along with at least two other officers who appear to have been the first on the scene. He first appears while running after a teen, tripping and then doing a barrel roll to recover, while dropping his flashlight.

He returns to the area where a group of teens, including the teen filming the scene, are standing, and grabs one by the arm, twisting him down to the ground while the teen, who is black, appears to be speaking calmly to another officer, who also seems calm. Casebolt runs off and detains two other black teens and curses at a group of black girls, telling them to leave.

Casebolt yells at a group of teens he detained, saying “Don’t make me fucking run around here with 30 pounds of goddamn gear on in the sun cause you want to screw around out here.”

After delivering the lecture, Casebolt goes up to the group of girls, and warns them not to “keep standing there running your mouths,” and tells them to leave “now.”

The video shows a 15-year-old black girl, Dajerria Becton, walking away with the group. She then stops and turns back towards Casebolt and it’s not clear if she says something to him. Casebolt charges after her and grabs her by the arm, dragging her to the ground.

As he wrestles her to the ground, two other teens approach and appear to try to stop him from detaining her. Casebolt then pulls his gun from his holster and points it toward the teens. Two other officers then take off after the teens who ran, and Casebolt re-holsters his gun. He then continues to detain the girl, holding her on the ground.

Dajerria Becton, who was released to her parents without charges, spoke to the local Fox affiliate about the incident:

Police said they received several 911 calls related to the incident, including reports that the “juveniles were now actively fighting.”

The teens were black in a primarily white neighborhood, raising concerns on social media that the 911 calls and the violent arrests of teens in bathing suits were racially motivated.

Police said in the statement, “First responding officers encountered a large crowd that refused to comply with police commands. Nine additional units responded to the scene. Officers were eventually able to gain control of the situation.”

An adult male was arrested on charges of interfering with police and evading arrest. No one else was charged, as the juveniles were released to their parents. This video was uploaded showing more of what happened during the incident:

Brandon Brooks, who posted the videos to YouTube, said in the original video’s description, “A fight between a mom and a girl broke out and when the cops showed up everyone ran, including the people who didn’t do anything. So the cops just started putting everyone on the ground and in handcuffs for no reason. This kind of force is uncalled for especially on children and innocent bystanders.”

The pool party had been advertised on social media:

Teens who were at the community pool told Buzzfeed News the fight started between adults and teens when the adults made racist comments, including telling the black youths to “return to Section 8 housing.”

Section 8, or public housing, has been an issue in McKinney in recent years.

The city was sued in 2009 over alleged housing discrimination, according to the International Business Times. The city settled the lawsuit, with an agreement that 400 low-income housing units be built. The first portion of those units, a 164-unit complex, is being built now.

Craig Ranch, the community where the pool is located, is a master-planned community with a homeowner’s association. Neighbors say more than 70 uninvited teens showed up to the party, which included a DJ.

But Andrew Cosby, also known as DJ Reign, said on Twitter he was simply hired for the party and didn’t plan it. Cosby, who is white, also disputed claims he sold tickets for the party. He said in the now-deleted tweets, “you actually think I made this flyer? I got hired to DJ an event the event was not mine,” and “yeah but I wasn’t involved in anything. I was like 100 yards away and all I saw were cop cars,” according to

The mother and daughter who said they organized the end of the year party that drew the teens to the pool talked to local photographer E. Johnson IV. They are residents of the community:

But other residents of Craig Ranch expressed support for the police officers’ actions:

A protest against police brutality is planned for Monday evening in McKinney. Many people, both in the community and around the country, said it appeared in the video that police were targeting the black teens.

The teen who filmed the video, who is white, agreed. He can be seen in the video walking around and talking to the black teens, who are being forced to sit on the ground, without the Casebolt saying anything to him.

Brooks told Buzzfeed, “Everyone who was getting put on the ground was black, Mexican, Arabic. [The cop] didn’t even look at me. It was kind of like I was invisible.”

2. He Was Accused of Racial Bias & Pulling Down a Black Man’s Pants in a Federal Lawsuit

Eric Casebolt


Federal court documents show that Casebolt and other officers were sued in 2008 in federal court for racial profiling, harassment, failure to render aid and sexual assault.

Albert E. Brown Jr. accused Casebolt of reaching into his “private area” and pulling his pants “down below ankles” during the traffic stop.

Brown was parked on the wrong side of a road in McKinney, according to the civil complaint. Casebolt told Brown he was going to write him a ticket for the traffic offense, but then said he saw two marijuana seeds and an open container in the car. Brown said Casebolt remarked about the “white girls” who were with him, made comments about him and his clothes, and then grabbed his private are and pulled his pants down.

Brown also claimed in the lawsuit that another officer, Lee Keith, slammed his head into the hood of the car repeatedly. He said Keith held him while Casebolt pulled his pants down. Another officer, who is not named in the lawsuit, allegedly spread his legs while one of the officers shined a flashlight in his anus.

Brown was arrested on charges of marijuana possession and attempting to take a weapon from an officer.

The civil case was dismissed by a federal judge in 2009 because the criminal charges against Brown were still pending. The judge said in his decision that the lawsuit could be re-filed if he was exonerated. The charges were eventually dismissed, but the civil case was never refiled by Brown.

Casebolt was reprimanded several times during his time in McKinney, according to a public records request by the Dallas Morning News. The newspaper reported on September 26 that Casebolt “was disciplined for a Facebook post, for his behavior at a disturbance call involving him and his ex-girlfriend, and for using a police car and uniform on personal business.”

The Dallas Morning News says Casebolt violated the department’s social media policy with a Facebook post in 2014 about a call involving a suicidal teen.

“Guess who just checked the box for ‘commandeer a golf cart and tased a suicidal Knife wielding maniac off-handed and still rolling without spilling the golfer’s miller lite’?!” Casebolt wrote on Facebook.

He was suspended in 2011 for three days after he was accused of harassing an ex-girlfriend. The woman’s then-boyfriend told police Casebolt circled her apartment and also left a loaded gun unsecured in the view of children at the apartment.

In 2010, he was suspended for one day without pay after leaving SWAT training in uniform and a police vehicle to bail out his girlfriend, who had been arrested in nearby University Park.

“The reprimands are so minor as to have nothing whatsoever to do with what he is being investigated for out in Craig Ranch, which is whether he used too much force, whether he assaulted somebody,” his attorney, Tom Mills, told the newspaper, adding that most of the 188-page personnel file was filled with positive reviews.

3. Casebolt Was a Patrol Supervisor & Was a Vice President of the Local Police Union

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Eric Casebolt. LinkedIn

According to his now-deleted LinkedIn page (see screenshots of it here) Casebolt has worked in McKinney since August 2005, first as an officer and then as a corporal, his current position.

Casebolt says on LinkedIn that he is responsible for line officer supervision, neighborhood patrol and community policing, among other job responsibilities. He is also a police academy instructor.

Casebolt received eight hours of cultural diversity training in February 2009, and also took courses on use of force and racial profiling ,according to The Associated Press.

He was named the department’s Officer of the Year in 2008.

Now, seven years later, Casebolt is facing outrage from the community, national media scrutiny and an internal investigation.

McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley said at a press conference Sunday, “Several concerns about the conduct of one of the officers at the scene have been raised. The McKinney Police Department is committed to treating all persons fairly under the law. We are committed to preserving the peace and safety of our community for all our citizens.”

Mayor Brian Loughmiller said in a statement, “Having seen the YouTube video I am disturbed and concerned by the incident and actions depicted in the video. Our expectation as a City Council is that our police department and other departments will act professionally and with appropriate restraint relative to the situation they are faced with.”

The ACLU of Texas released a statement saying:

While we don’t know all the facts about the party, the crowd, or whether a fight broke out, what we do know is that the police response, as seen on the video, appears to be a textbook case of overuse of force. A well-trained police department would have responded more cautiously, with less hostility, and using sophisticated crowd control methods that favor de-escalation not escalation. Without question, guns were not needed and in fact risked turning a group of partying teenagers into a violent encounter that could have turned deadly.

Police departments are intended to be organizations that protect and serve their constituents. But increasingly in this country we have two kinds of policing and we saw both in this incident: protecting and serving white communities and criminalizing and controlling black communities.

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Casebolt at the 2014 Fraternal Order of Police Christmas party. (Facebook)

In addition to his role as a supervisor, Casebolt also serves as the second vice president of the local police union, according to its Facebook page.

The union released a statement about the incident, saying it was not racially motivated:

Casebolt’s first job as an officer was with the Texas Highway Patrol, from March 2003 to August 2005.

He was based in Greenville, Texas, according to his LinkedIn profile. His responsibilities as a patrolman included traffic and crime enforcement, criminal interdiction, DWI investigation, crash investigation and task force operations.

4. He Appears to Have Added the Pool Party Video to a ‘Training’ List on His YouTube Account


The YouTube user “decase73,” which is the same handle Casebolt used on his now-deleted Twitter account and elsewhere on social media, added the video of the pool party incident to his YouTube list “police training.”

The playlist includes dashcam footage of a brawl involving Arizona police, a video of the Milwaukee police chief talking called “Chief Tells the Truth Black People Don’t Want to Hear” and one titled “Man Sucker-Punches Cop Gets Kicked in the Face.”

He also has playlists called “Fighting” and “Situation Awareness” that also pertain to police and martial arts training.

5. He Is a Navy Veteran & Has ‘Experience in the Use of All Levels of Force’

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Casebolt at a police union Christmas party in 2014. (Facebook)

Casebolt is an instructor at Executive Self-Defense & Fitness Training, based in McKinney.

According to the company’s website:

Eric Casebolt is an instructor trainee at Executive Self-defense and Fitness, LLC and has been a Police Officer since 2000. During his career in Law Enforcement, he has received in-depth training on impact weapon deployment and expandable baton, firearms, electronic control devices (ECDs), ground fighting, Positive Assertive Control Tactics-Dynamic Threat Response (PACT-DTR), handcuffing, joint locks and pressure point compliance, armed and un-armed self-defense. He has a strong working knowledge of human behavior, indicators of deception, criminal behavior, the development of situational awareness, and experience in the use of all levels of force. He is a certified Advanced Texas Police Officer, an Instructor in Police Vehicle Operations, a Field Training Officer, and a certified SWAT operator. He has trained in several different disciplines of martial arts, but now exclusively trains in Krav Maga combat arts, Arnis, and ground fighting.

The company removed Casebolt’s profile from its website about an hour after his name was first revealed. See a screenshot of the website here.

Casebolt served in the Navy from 1993 to 2003. He was an Operations Specialist First Class based in San Diego, before becoming a military police officer in Oklahoma City.

Casebolt said on his LinkedIn page that his responsibilities as a military police officer included patrol, DWI investigation and force protection and counter-terrorism.

While he was an operations specialist, from 1993 to 2000, Casebolt said he was a tactical information coordinator on the USS Lake Champlain guided missile cruiser.

He was also a combat air controller, RADAR operator, shipboard engagement and tactics instructor and a shipboard security and tactics team leader.


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Racist card played again while a white person has to pay the price. When are we going to stand up for our officers. Ignorant, rude teens are not parented so the community has to pay the price.

Rose McDonald

Wrong all the way around. Casebolt wasn’t man enough to stand up and defend his actions, he quit. The primary reason he quit was so the internal investigation would be stopped, and this incident wouldn’t go on his work record. The incident was started when a group of white women started yelling racial insults at a group of Black children.. One of the white women, an obese blonde, slapped one of the girls, after calling her a N—er. This group of kids was leaving when the cops arrived. Casebolt was, in the words of the chief of police, “out of control when he arrived.” and “remained out of control” for the duration of the incident. Chief Conley also said Casebolt’s behavior was “indefensible.”
So, take your accusations of playing the “racist card” and put it in the closet with your white sheets and pointy hat. Maybe you should also get some therapy.


CASE BOLT needs to SUE CHIEF CONLEY AND THE GIRL AND THE NEWS MEDIA AND THE KID WHO POSTED THIS……… every one of those people were guilty of defamation and manipulating the truth

even the news and everyone seems to be covering up the fact that girl said she was gonna get her own gun….. the news media is inciting riots and should be held accountable for their lying ABOVE AL ELSE


too many cops here like Anonymous and Shyla. Casebolt’s a knob, and a control freak which comes from his Navy years. I get it. However, police forces have to stop hiring this tightly wound assholes like Casebolt and soooo many others.


Actually, he quite because he was offered a position at Maricopa County. Head of SWAT I might add.


get with it buster how many atrocities and killings of white cops against black people?


You condon police abuse. I’m sure you also condon child abuse. Because that’s exactly what happened here. I’m sure you also believe Bill Cosby is innocent. You are a disgusting human-being for being okay with this.


You all know that saying “the N word” is the exact same thing as saying “nigger”, right? Except that when you just say “the N word”, you are putting the word “nigger” in the listener’s head, while not taking the responsibility of saying it yourself. There’s nothing innately offensive about any word, unless you are a total pussy.


Jahi Adisa Bakari (father of brat who caused all of this) who threatened McKinney with the arrival of extreme black activists (google video) previously owned a failed not for profit sham and now pedals over price used cars to poor people with poor credit. Give him a shout!

Kim Urbanczyk

Dejerria Benton some ppl may buy that I’m innocent act, but some of us have studied body signs. When you are ask questions, you do not make eye contact to camera, you move about, shrugging your shoulder, raising your eye brows. Those are signatures of untruth. Proven fact. The mother makes similar jesters, looking away from camera, movement of hands. The truth shall set you free. Young girl was cussing, disrespectful to officer, he had ask her multiple times to leave, she continued to run her filthy mouth. The officer did his job he told her to sit down she refused. He began to assist her down she resisted, he was charged by 2 males he pulled his weapon, replaced weapon and cuffed foul mouth brat who talked tuff before but now crying for her mom. Grow up accept responsibility for your actions karma

Jim Fisher

“He began to assist her down she resisted, ”

“Assist”? If my “assist” you mean, “beating the hell out of a 90-pound black 15-year-old girl” then I agree.

The former officer’s training include: “During his career in Law Enforcement, he has received in-depth training on ( . . .) ground fighting, Positive Assertive Control Tactics-Dynamic Threat Response (PACT-DTR), handcuffing, joint locks and pressure point compliance, armed and un-armed self-defense.”

The asshole could have very easily forced the little girl into submission with one hand through calm assertion and strength. Instead, he threw her around in ANGER. I would perhaps expect no less from some untrained adult with anger issues. But the rest of us expect far more from highly trained officers. The jerk was out of control the entire time.




Not for nothing but if all these news articles keep stating black n white guess what everyone is going to make it into a racist situation so maybe just maybe if the damn news stops reporting g it this way people will stop viewing it this way!!! I’m Sooo sick of this racist crap!! Doesn’t matter if ur black or white everyone breaks the law so grow up n man up


And who exactly BROKE the law? All I saw were teens being manhandled by a rogue cop….

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And do we expect policemen (& women) to be like “Superman”? Corporal Casebolt had just dealt with two suicides prior to this event. As a nurse, I can well imagine this man was still dealing with the aftermath of such trauma. I’m only sorry he didn’t recognize his own need to withdraw and allow his team mates to deal with the situation more rationally. But that’s the thing. A policeman (or woman) is trained to deny self and deal with a situation presenting itself (nurses do that too in crisis situations). I’m not saying it was right. I’m just sorry that a fine corporal’s career has ended due to a terrible day. Those kids will all live to “party again”, but this man is being vilified and his “post traumatic state” from his work day is being all but ignored. I can only imagine the anguish he must be feeling. I’m only stating this because it hasn’t been said. Police make errors. Doctors and nurses make errors too, unfortunately. It can happen due to unseen stressors and antecedents not viewed on a video and not understood by the general public. At any rate, he is obviously remorseful since he resigned. If I was his supervisor, I would have sent him on stress leave and while studying the entire situation, I would also look back on the employee’s past performance and offer remedial intervention. Instead, this has escalated into something political, and we can’t have public opinion sway against the Texas police, nor have his superiors deal with a little heat, now can we?


Not for nothing but all that seems like a personal problem, which I may add, Casebolt himself has admitted. This is the job that he signed up for. And if dealing with some “supposedly” rowdy teens can send him off the deep end, how is he capable of handling life and death situations that require a calm demeanor and restraint? Having said that, I also have empathy for his situation, however, I am more concerned about the children who are being characterized as thugs and spoken about in dehumanizing terms as justification for his behavior. HE was the “professional”…and I use that term loosely… in this situation. To continue to justify his actions by blaming the kids is just plain wrong.


Did the police arrest the two women that attacked the girl that was giving the party?


Why hasn’t anyone asked the girl why she didn’t comply with Officer Casebolts orders?


everyone seems to be missing the innocent lil girl screaming “I’M GONNA GET MY OWN GUN” also in the other videos available you see that the @unt was told to leave at least 10 times …. if it was me at least 10 others would have been arrested and all would have been charged….. …… Eric casebolt should sue this lil black liar and he should also sue the news media for their criminal defamation and editing of the videos ….. they even edited over the girl screaming she is gonna get a gun…….. Come on people spread the word about her sitting there resisting and screaming she is gonna get a gun….. the news media needs to be charged for their criminal acts in this …….
ERIC CASEBOLT needs to file a charges against his Chief for his defamation and lying in his video statement….. Eric also needs to sue the punk kid who put this up on facebook for defamation and libel …. and he should sue the lil girl tooo….. Come on Eric don’t let them get away with this crap start a kickstarter so we can contribute to your attorney fees……and do not forget to sue your city council .

all those people who made derogatory coments b4 getting all the facts need to be sued ….. SUE THE CITY >>>> CITY COUNCIL>>>> CHIEF >>>> THE BLACK GIRL>>>>>> BLACK GIRLS MOTHER>>>>> AND ESPECIALLY SUE THE NEWS STATION AND REPORTERS >>>> SUE EVERY NEWS OUTLET THAT BROADCAST THE LIES

Dirk McGee

How can anyone watch this video and feel good about defending how the police handled this situation? Regardless of some trespassers in a private pool, regardless of a bunch of teenagers resisting arrest, regardless of any kind of “disrespect” towards the officers. How is this acceptable? It’s racist. Fuck off if you disagree. Imagine if this was a pool party full of white kids. They would have been kindly told to leave the premise. Not have their fucking faces pushed into the ground. Police wants respect from the public? Stop treating these people like fucking animals? I’m surprised they didn’t attack this joke of an officer when the others ran off. Fuck the police. Fuck the white majority supporting these horrible civil rights crimes. And fuck the media for skewing this bullshit as emotional distress. Yeah, I guess hating people gets me emotional too. This is fucking disgusting.

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This cop is a danger to society. It makes me sick to see how he treated this young lady. He is a piece of garbage and I wouldn’t want him to be a cop in my town. Boy it takes a really big man to take down a small girl and mash her face in the ground. He truly disgusts me. By the way I am white.

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The ignorance in this world to make it an issue of color. The issue is a MAN, who is supposedly well trained, assaulting a teenage girl…. by any standard regardless of a badge or the color of ones skin that is wrong. Although I try to raise my children to respect law enforcement and there elders, there is no way in hell that I would be fine with a grown man throwing one of my daughters around…. She is a kid for christ sakes…. that is the real issue. What a punk!!

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