Thomas Lane, one of the police officers blamed for the death of George Floyd, has been released.
Lane was one of four arrested officers charged with aiding and facilitating second-degree murder and homicide.
He paid $750,000 bond, and was released with conditions from Hennepin County Jail on Wednesday.
The remaining 3 officers remain in detention.
The 37-year-old got into trouble after his role in arresting Floyd, who was assassinated by another cop, Derek Chauvin.
Lane’s counsel, his client was said to be a rookie last week, adding that the only thing he (Lane) did was to hold Floyd’s feet so he could not kick.
The criminal complaint also said Lane was worried about Floyd and asked Chauvin twice whether to roll Floyd to his side but Chauvin said no before the black American died.