Ex-Milwaukee Police Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown was released on extended supervision Tuesday after being charged in a sexual assault case.
According to online court records, Heaggan-Brown was released from Dodge Correctional Institution.
Heaggan-Brown was previously sentenced to three years in prison on charges of soliciting prostitution and obtaining someone's image without their consent. During the time of the trial in 2018, he pleaded no contest to one count of false imprisonment, and two charges against him for sexual assault were dropped.
Heaggan-Brown was also involved in the death of 23-year-old Sylville Smith in August 2016. Heaggan-Brown was the officer who fired shots at Smith, resulting in his death and the unrest at Sherman Park.
Heaggan-Brown was acquitted for that incident.