MILWAUKEE (AP) — A broken-down Milwaukee County sheriff’s deputy accused of inflicting a crash that killed a person will utilize time in the attend of bars as an alternative of at home carrying a bracelet with GPS monitoring.
Joel Streicher, of Milwaukee, was sentenced in April to six months in jail, with work originate, and two years of probation in the crash that killed 47-year-outmoded Ceasar Stinson in January 2020.
Streicher was charged with homicide by negligent operation of a car, punishable by as a lot as 5 years in jail and 5 years of probation. He resigned in October and pleaded guilty in January.
The Journal Sentinel reports Stinson’s family learned closing week that Streicher wasn’t serving any time in jail at all nonetheless was spending his nights at home, on a GPS bracelet.
They reached out to the sentencing contemplate, Michelle Havas, who held a listening to on Monday and ordered he serve the six months as straight time in jail.
Strreicher told investigators he regarded at his squad car computer sooner than he collided with a pickup pushed by Stinson. Streicher was on obligation at the time of the crash.
In 2018, Streicher was infected by a an identical crash two blocks away. No person died in that crash.