MILWAUKEE -- Dominique Heaggan-Brown, the former Milwaukee police officer who shot and killed Sylville Smith, was fired after being charged with sexual assault.
He's accused of raping a man the day after the Sherman Park shooting.
According to a criminal complaint, Heaggan-Brown bragged to his victim about being the boss while watching coverage of the Sherman Park violence on TV.
During an interview with 620 WTMJ Monday, Mayor Tom Barrett described his reaction after learning about the allegations.
"I was in shock. I was just in shock," he said.
In a statement police said, "Whether on or off duty, department members shall not behave in such a way that a reasonable person would expect that discredit could be brought upon the department, or that it would create the appearance of impropriety or corruptive behavior."
Police Chief Ed Flynn has said the shooting and the sexual assault allegations are two separate incidents.
Smith's family said the sexual assault allegations show the officers character around the time of the shooting, and they continue to demand the release of the body cam video of the shooting. Every Alderman has signed a letter to the District Attorney asking for its release. Mayor Barrett said he agrees.
"I think that videotape should be released to the public so that people can look at that and I'm hoping that will be done soon," Barrett said.
Heaggan-Brown is in jail on $100,000 bail. He's expected to appear in court Friday.