Minneapolis: Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, filmed with George Floyd on his knees and now accused of murdering Floyd’s death, was released from prison on Wednesday morning local time.
According to state correction records, Shovin was transferred from a state prison facility in Oak Park Heights, Minneapolis, where he had been detained since his arrest in May, to Hennepin County Prison in Minneapolis early Wednesday. According to court records, he conditionally invested $ 1 million in bonds ($ 1.4 million) and was released from detention shortly before noon.
Shovin’s lawyer Eric Nelson confirmed that his client was no longer in custody, but he declined further comments.
Shovin, 44, was the last of four former Minneapolis police officers charged with the murder of Floyd to be released from prison because the proceedings were pending. Shovin, a 19-year veteran of the Minneapolis police before being fired in May, faces a second murder and manslaughter on Floyd’s death. Three other police officers on the scene (J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas K. Lane and Tou Thao) are responsible for assistance and betting.