West Allis Police Officer in court for obstructing officer charge


by Matt Doyle

Milwaukee -- A West Allis Police detective faces a misdemeanor charge of resisting or obstructing an officer.

Bradley Sterling appeared in court Monday on the charge.  He was arrested in early January for fourth degree sexual assault and misconduct in office. 

The Milwaukee County District Attorney's office charged him with a misdemeanor today. 

"At this point we've issued an obstructing charge against Mr. Sterling," Chief Deputy District Attorney Kent Lovern said.  "At this we've issued the charge that's appropriate, and now it's time for the judicial process to run its course."

He's not charged with sexual assault.  Sterling appeared in Milwaukee County Court this afternoon and pleaded not guilty to the obstructing charge. 


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