Restitution set at zero for Dominique Heaggan-Brown

NOW: Restitution set at zero for Dominique Heaggan-Brown

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – The former Milwaukee police officer acquitted in the deadly 2016 shooting of Syville Smith will not have to pay restitution on unrelated sex crime charges. 

In February, Dominique Heaggan-Brown was sentenced to three and a half years in prison with one year served.  He pleaded guilty to five counts, including soliciting a prostitute.

On Tuesday, Heaggan-Brown appeared on a video screen at a restitution hearing related to the sex offenses. Since attorneys were unable to contact the victim, the restitution was set at zero. 

Heaggan-Brown was found not guilty of shooting and killing Syville Smith in 2016.

His next court appearance is in June for sex offender registration.

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