CULPEPER, Va. (WUSA) - The employment of the police officer charged in the Feb. 9 shooting death of Sunday school teacher Patricia Cook has been terminated, according to a spokesman for the Culpeper Police Department.

Daniel Harmon-Wright, who shot and killed Patricia Cook as she sat, unarmed, in her Jeep Wrangler earlier this year, was let go by the department effective June 19, according to a news release by the Town of Culpeper.

"This termination occurred after the completion of an Internal Affairs investigation into the matter of the shooting of Patricia Cook," according to the statement.

Harmon-Wright, who is charged in Cook's death with one count of murder, malicious shooting into an occupied vehicle, malicious shooting into an occupied vehicle resulting in a death, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, is free on $100,000 bond.

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