A Fort Smith police officer who was arrested after Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office deputies said he fired a gun inside his home and held a gun to a five-year-old's head has resigned.
Naaman Adcock resigned from the Fort Smith Police Department early Wednesday, according to KFSM, the CBS affiliate in Fort Smith.
Adcock was arrested Tuesday on complaints of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm while intoxicated, reckless conduct with a firearm, felonious pointing a firearm and child endangerment.
Deputies also arrested his wife, Tabatha Adcock, on complaints of failure to protect a child, child endangerment, possession of a firearm while intoxicated and reckless conduct with a firearm.
The sheriff's office told KFSM both fired guns inside their rural Sequoyah County home with at least two children inside.
Deputies confiscated nine guns found in the home.
KFSM says Fort Smith Police had placed Adcock on administrative leave with pay while the department conducted an internal investigation.
Jail records show Naaman Adcock's bond was set at $24,000, while Tabatha Adcock's bond was $14,000.
Sheriff Ron Lockhart says their report has been turned over the Sequoyah County district attorney's office.