Hearing on Wisconsin officer's fate will start in December

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A suburban Milwaukee police commission will begin deciding next month whether to discipline an officer who has killed three people in five years.
MADISON, Wis. —

The Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission's attorney, Chris Smith, set an evidentiary hearing for Officer Joseph Mensah for Dec. 16. He said the proceeding could last as long as several weeks.

Mensah, who is Black, fatally shot Antonio Gonzales in 2015 after Gonzales refused to drop a sword. He shot Jay Anderson Jr. in 2016 after he found Anderson sitting in a car in a city…
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