Suspect in Wis. TASER theft sent to prison
By Mike Johnson
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Waukesha, Wis. — A man accused of stealing a police officer's Taser gun and appearing on YouTube as he and his father stunned each other was sent to prison for two years Wednesday for violating the terms of his probation in a separate case.
The Taser allegations against Paul M. Crowell, 22, prompted the state Department of Corrections to revoke his probation for 2003 convictions for taking a vehicle without the owner's consent and for fleeing police.
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