Like, already I feel like they should have never OK'd guns in Wisconsin.
He was not injured and will be placed on administrative duty during the investigation and subsequent review by the district attorney's office.
Chief Flynn said Sunday the officer is African-American, and there are concerns for his safety. The video will be under the jurisdiction of the state of Wisconsin.
That charge was dismissed by prosecutors in September.
In July of 2014, Smith was charged with carrying a concealed weapon -- a misdemeanor charge. Bayatpour spoke with Smith's father, Patrick on Sunday.
At the time of the shooting, he was wearing a body camera. I have seen a still photo extracted from that video.
The body camera video is not being released at this point, as the investigation continues. That photo demonstrates, without question, that (Smith) had a gun in his hand.The police officer didn’t know it at the time, but there were 23 rounds in that gun.He had more bullets in his gun than the police officer had in his gun.MILWAUKEE -- The father of a man shot and killed by a Milwaukee police officer Saturday afternoon, August 13th has identified him as 23-year-old Sylville Smith, as did Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn Sunday afternoon.Court records show in February of 2015, Smith was charged with one felony count of first degree recklessly endangering safety and one misdemeanor count of possession of THC.When they see the wrong role model, this is what you get.