Complaints against Milwaukee officer who killed 3 dismissed
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A suburban Milwaukee police and fire commission has voted to dismiss the complaints filed against a police officer by the families of three men he shot while on duty over a five-year period.

Wauwatosa's Police and Fire Commission unanimously voted Thursday in favor of a resolution that dismisses all pending matters relating to Joseph Mensah, including the complaints by the families of Alvin Cole, Jay Anderson Jr. and Antonio Gonzales, WTMJ-TV reported.

Mensah has signed a separation agreement with the city of Wauwatosa to resign from the police department, effective Nov. 30. In doing so, the city agreed to compensate Mensah at least $130,000 in pay and benefits during and following his resignation. Mensah also agreed to not sue the city over his resignation.

The families demanded that Mensah be fired and charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court. Prosecutors have declined to do so in all three…
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