Wis. sergeant convicted of beating cuffed suspect

Sheriff's officer accused of hitting a handcuffed man who asked to use toilet


By Bruce Vielmetti
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee County sheriff's sergeant was convicted Tuesday of beating a suspect handcuffed inside a squad car, where a video camera recorded the entire incident.

Scott Krause, 38, was arrested Oct. 16, within hours of when Ray Calderon had complained to sheriff's officials about being slugged in the face after he asked to use the restroom.

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