Former Minneapolis police officer Noor released from DOC custody
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The Department of Corrections no longer has custody of a former Minneapolis police officer who was convicted of manslaughter in 2017.
Ex-officer Mohamed Noor was transferred to a non-Department of Corrections facility last week.
He was convicted in the death of Justine Ruszcyzyk Damond.
The Supreme Court overturned his third-degree murder conviction in September, leaving him to serve time for his second-degree manslaughter conviction.
He is now on supervised probation.
Noor shot Damond as she approached his squad car after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault near her home.