Chief: ‘Awful’ Charge Against Milwaukee Cop

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Dominique Heaggan-Brown (FACEBOOK)

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Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn says disciplinary proceedings are underway against an officer accused of sexual assault.

(Milwaukee Police Dept)

(Milwaukee Police Dept)

Flynn called Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown’s alleged conduct “altogether awful.”

A complaint filed Thursday accuses Heaggan-Brown of sexually assaulting a man with whom he had drinks the night of Aug. 14. That was the evening after Heaggan-Brown had shot and killed a man whom police said was fleeing a traffic stop.

That slaying set off two nights of unrest on Milwaukee’s north side.

The complaint says Heaggan-Brown and his alleged victim watched TV coverage of rioting in the hours before the alleged assault.

An attorney for Heaggan-Brown didn’t immediately respond to emails and calls for comment.

Source: Milwaukee (AP)

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