OutFront Update: The New Hampshire police commissioner who called President Obama the "n-word" has resigned, a local official confirms to CNN. Our David Mattingly is in New Hampshire with the latest at 7pm ET.
A racist remark, overheard in a restaurant has some residents of a small New England town calling for their police commissioner to resign.
According to complaint filed with the town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, 82-year-old Commissioner Robert Copeland was heard calling¬†President Obama the "N-word" during a private conversation.
Once word got out, many of the town's residents were outraged.
Copeland was silent until he was cornered by a group of residents out on the street.
He admitted what he said, saying "I made no bones about it."
Outfront is Jane O'Toole, the¬†Wolfeboro resident who filed the complaint after hearing the commissioner's comments.