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MILWAUKEE -- Former Milwaukee police officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide in connection with the fatal shooting of Sylville Smith.Smith's death sparked days of unrest in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood in August.At the bar the night protests rocked Sherman Park, the officer had “bragged about being able to do whatever the defendant wanted without repercussions.” Police said Heaggan-Brown turned over his phone to investigators and let them search his home, but most of his belongings had been moved out.The phone turned up evidence that the officer propositioned two others for sex, as well as video and photos of alleged sexual encounters, according to the complaint.Hundreds of people confronted police after an officer shot and killed a fleeing armed man earlier in the day.

Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown was terminated as a result of the department's internal investigation into the sexual assault charges, according to a statement from Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn.Heaggan-Brown was ordered last week to stand trial on the charges in Milwaukee County Circuit Court.Heaggan-Brown fatally shot 23-year-old Sylville Smith last August on Milwaukee's north side, which sparked a weekend of violence in the Sherman Park neighborhood not far from where Smith was killed.The man also alleged Heaggan-Brown bragged about being able to do whatever he wanted without repercussions.Flynn said Heaggan-Brown was fired because he was found to be in violation of the department's code of conduct, which in part 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."Heaggan-Brown remained jailed on 0,000 bond and was expected to be arraigned in court Friday.“I think it’s crazy, it’s ludicrous,” Dominic Lebourgeois, a 53-year-old handyman and resident of the area told . I got a feeling they’re going to move instead of rebuild.” Disturbances continued through Sunday evening but subsided early Monday morning. Scott Walker had placed the National Guard on alert but Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn did not see a need for them to be deployed.