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Former Milwaukee County sheriff's deputy sentenced in crash that killed man

April 5, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A judge Monday sentenced a former Milwaukee County sheriff's deputy who prosecutors say ran a red light, causing a fatal crash.

NEW AT 6:00, THE FORMER MILWAUKEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTY WHO CAUSED A DEADLY CRASH IN JANUARY OF 2020 RECEIVED A 6 MONTH JAIL SENTENCE TODAY, AND TWO YEARS’ PROBATION.

PROSECUTORS SAID JOEL STREICHER RAN A RED LIGHT AND HIT A PICK-UP AT 10TH AND STATE, KILLING MPS EMPLOYEE CEASAR STINSON.

A judge Monday sentenced a former Milwaukee County sheriff's deputy who prosecutors say ran a red light, causing a fatal crash.

He was charged with one count of homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle. According to a criminal complaint, Streicher was driving his unmarked Milwaukee County squad car on North 10th Street Jan. 25, 2020, when he hit a truck at West State Street driven by Ceasar Stinson. Stinson, 47, of Milwaukee, died at the scene. A woman in his truck was injured. Streicher looked away from the road at his squad computer at the time of the crash, the complaint said.

In court Monday, Streicher said the crash haunts him every day. "I am beyond sorry for this.

A judge Monday sentenced a former Milwaukee County sheriff's deputy who prosecutors say ran a red light, causing a fatal crash.

He was charged with one count of homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle. According to a criminal complaint, Streicher was driving his unmarked Milwaukee County squad car on North 10th Street Jan. 25, 2020, when he hit a truck at West State Street driven by Ceasar Stinson. Stinson, 47, of Milwaukee, died at the scene. A woman in his truck was injured. Streicher looked away from the road at his squad computer at the time of the crash, the complaint said.

In court Monday, Streicher said the crash haunts him every day. "I am beyond sorry for this.

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