This is an insult to Sterling Brown, and it’s downright hurtful at this point. Per ESPN.com, the Milwaukee Police Department suspended three officers involved with the tasing of the Bucks guard following a routine parking violation.

Chief Alfonso Morales announced weak suspensions lasting 15, 10, and two days for three of the eight officers involved in Brown’s arrest, according to The Associated Press.
Morales also says eight officers will receive a policy review. He says the officers’ names will be released after a required legal notice.

Police used a stun gun on Brown when officers detained him for a parking violation in January. Video of Brown’s arrest was publicly released Wednesday.
Earlier this week, Morales released body cam footage that showed Brown being handled with excessive force despite appearing to show no resistance to the arrest.


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