Former Milwaukee County sheriff’s deputy sentenced in crash that killed man

BRAND-NEW AT 6:00, THE PREVIOUS MILWAUKEE COUNTY CONSTABLE’S DEPUTY WHO TRIGGERED A LETHAL CRASH IN JANUARY OF 2020 GOT A 6 MONTH PRISON SENTENCE TODAY, AND 2 YEARS’ PROBATION. DISTRICT ATTORNEYS STATED JOEL STREICHER RAN A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND HIT A PICK-UP AT 10TH AND STATE, ELIMINATING MPS STAFF MEMBER CEASAR STINSON. IN COURT, STREICHER STATED THE CRASH HAUNTS HIM EVERY DAY. >> I AM BEYOND SORRY ABOUT THIS. FROM EVERYTHING I HAVE ACTUALLY HEARD, HE WAS AN AMAZING INDIVIDUAL AND A FAVORABLE PILLAR OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD. HE DID NOT DESERVE TO HAVE HIS LIFE AND — END T

Previous Milwaukee County constable’s deputy sentenced in crash that eliminated male

Ceasar Stinson, 47, passed away at scene of crash

A judge Monday sentenced a previous Milwaukee County constable’s deputy who district attorneys state ran a traffic signal, triggering a deadly crash. Joel Streicher was sentenced to 6 months in prison and 2 years probation. He was charged with one count of murder by irresponsible operation of a vehicle.According to a criminal grievance, Streicher was driving his unmarked Milwaukee County team vehicle on North 10th Street Jan. 25, 2020, when he struck a truck at West State Street driven by Ceasar Stinson.Stinson, 47, of Milwaukee, passed away at the scene.A female in his truck was injured.Streicher averted from the roadway at his team computer system at the time of the crash, the grievance stated. In court Monday, Streicher stated the crash haunts him every day.”I am beyond sorry for this. From everything I’ve heard about Mr. Stinson, he was an incredible person, and he was loved by his family and his friends and by the community, and he was a positive pillar in the community. He did not deserve to have his life end the way that it did,” Streicher stated.

A judge Monday sentenced a previous Milwaukee County constable’s deputy who district attorneys state ran a traffic signal, triggering a deadly crash.

Joel Streicher was sentenced to 6 months in prison and 2 years probation.

He was charged with one count of murder by irresponsible operation of an automobile.

According to a criminal grievance, Streicher was driving his unmarked Milwaukee County team vehicle on North 10th Street Jan. 25, 2020, when he struck a truck at West State Street driven by Ceasar Stinson.

Stinson, 47, of Milwaukee, passed away at the scene.

A female in his truck was hurt.

Streicher averted from the roadway at his team computer system at the time of the crash, the grievance stated.

In court Monday, Streicher stated the crash haunts him every day.

“I am beyond sorry for this. From everything I’ve heard about Mr. Stinson, he was an incredible person, and he was loved by his family and his friends and by the community, and he was a positive pillar in the community. He did not deserve to have his life end the way that it did,” Streicher stated.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.