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.