A white man who called North Carolina police on a black woman who was using a private community pool with her child no longer has a job because of the “terrible incident,” his company said Friday.

Global packaging firm Sonoco Products said in a statement that although the Fourth of July incident involving Adam Bloom occurred outside of work, the company does “not condone discrimination of any kind.”…

Bloom resigned Thursday as the “pool chair” and a board member from the homeowners association of Glenridge, his community in Winston-Salem. The association apologized in a statement and said that Bloom “escalated a situation in a way that does not reflect the inclusive values Glenridge seeks to uphold as a community.”