The first police officer on the scene in the incident that resulted in Milwaukee Bucks talent Sterling Brown bein tased has been suspended for two days.

During the encounter, Mr. Brown was decentralized, tased and arrested. The department conducted an investigation into the incident which revealed members acted inappropriately, and those members were recently disciplined. Criminal charges against Mr. Brown were not pursued.

Those were the words of Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales as he conducted a statement regarding the released footage of Milwaukee Bucks rookie guard Sterling Brown being tased and confronted by police in an empty Walgreens parking lot.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, that discipline which caused a concern for the city itself, and some backlash from the Bucks organization didn’t go far at all, as the identified officer named Joseph Grams who first arrived at the scene was suspended for a whopping two days for his conduct.

While the police department maintains that the Grams committed a clear violation of the department’s code of conduct, Morales cautioned that change would take time, but that the situation is indeed being taken seriously.

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Apparently, the department’s code of conduct isn’t too strict since the reprimand equals to what is the equivalent of a weekend off, then he’s right back to his normal duties.

Gram is a former Army Ranger who more likely than not knows about following the rules and chain of command, but instead chose to antagonize Brown well after other policemen had arrived at the scene, and indeed identified the guard as a professional basketball player.

Other officers involved which included two supervisors who were also suspended for 10 and 15 days have not been named, but Milwaukee PD promises to release the officers’ names after their initial investigation.

Brown is in the process of filing a civil suit against Milwaukee PD for police intimidation, unlawful use of physical force, including being handcuffed and tased along with being unlawfully booked.