MILWAUKEE -- A former Milwaukee police officer -- acquitted in a fatal shooting that sparked two nights of violence in Sherman Park -- was sentenced to just over three years in prison Tuesday for a sex assault case that got him fired from his job.
— Tom Durian (@TMJ4Tom) February 20, 2018
Back in January, Dominique Heaggan-Brown pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution and obtaining someone's image without their consent. He pleaded no contest to one count of false imprisonment. Two charges of sexual assault were dropped.
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This plea agreement came a month before Heaggan-Brown was scheduled to go to trial.
A jury acquitted Heaggan-Brown in June for killing Sylville Smith in August 2016.
One of the sexual assault charges stemmed from a case that happened one day after Smith's shooting.