The Milwaukee Bucks’ Sterling Brown is suing over his stun-gun arrest. Sterling is suing the city of Milwaukee and its police department after an altercation with police on January 26th. Sterling Brown was parked in a spot designated for disabled people. As he was being cited by police for the infraction, he was taken down because he didn’t immediately remove his hands from his pockets as ordered. He was also tased during the altercation and was eventually jailed for a brief time. He was never charged with a crime and played in an NBA game with bruises on his face just hours later. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales apologized to Sterling Brown last month. Three officers were disciplined, with suspensions ranging from two to 15 days. Another 8 officers were ordered to undergo remedial training in professional communications. There’s way more here.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ Sterling Brown is Suing Over His Stun-Gun Arrest
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