Posted Saturday, May 26, 2012 --- 8:00 a.m.
Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press:
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Police Department has released a squad car video that shows a nine-year-veteran officer punching a handcuffed woman. Police say the officer, Richard Schoen, was fired May 1st for violating the department's code of conduct. The incident happened on September 22nd. A phone number listing for Schoen could not be found yesterday.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Governor Scott Walker says he's shown high integrity his entire life and he will continue to show that in the face of an ongoing secret criminal probe that's already ensnared some of his former top aides. Walker was asked about the ongoing investigation during last night's recall election debate in Milwaukee versus Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wisconsin elections officials are reminding voters that posting photos of completed ballots on Facebook or Twitter is illegal — but high-ranking members of both political parties apparently missed the memo. Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairman Mike Tate and St. Croix County Republican Party Chairman Jesse Garza said yesterday they'd removed their ballot photos after finding out the postings violated state law.
(Information in the following story is from: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, http://www.jsonline.com)
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A teen is sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in a robbery that left a pregnant woman dying on a Milwaukee street. Eighteen-year-old Jimmy Scales of Cudahy was driving the getaway van when two other teens robbed 34-year-old Sharon Staples on August 7th. Staples, who was pregnant, was shot in front of her 13-year-old son after she wouldn't give up her purse.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.
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