UPDATE: Brian North is charged with first-degree manslaughter with a firearm, the office of Inspector General Robert Devlin said in a release. He was released on a $50,000 bond and scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Milford on May 3. The original story appears below.\u00a0 A Connecticut State Police trooper who shot and killed a New Haven teenager in 2020 was charged Tuesday, according to state police. Trooper Brian North turned himself in to the inspector general at Troop I in Bethany around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, state police said in a release. State police said North has been placed on paid administrative leave, and his police powers have been suspended pending criminal proceedings. It was unclear at the time of publication what exactly North was charged with. The Office of the Inspector General was not immediately available for comment Tuesday night. Inspector General Robert Devlin assumed all pending investigations on the use of force by officers in November, including the case of 19-year-old Mubarak Soulemane. Soulemane was shot and killed on Jan. 15, 2020, after he allegedly showed a knife at an AT&T store in Norwalk and carjacked a ride share driver. This ensued in a high-speed chase, which police stopped after Soulemane got off in West Haven and crashed, according to previous reports. Family members have said they believe Soulemane was suffering from a schizophrenic episode. North said he saw Soulemane with a knife and fired several shots through the car\u2019s closed window, killing the teenager. Another officer had used a stun gun on Soulemane moments before, according to previous reports. Staff writer Ben Lambert contributed to this report. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.