Chief Ed Flynn discharges two MPD officers

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Milwaukee Police Department

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn has discharged a 22-year-old probationary MPD officer arrested Friday, May 4th for a state charge of obstructing an officer.

Police say the officer, Danielle Scott, allegedly provided false information to police regarding a homicide investigation. Scott was suspended during the investigation.

Scott’s case was presented to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office Monday, May 7th and Chief Flynn then terminated Scott.

Scott served as a Police Aide since February 2009 and became a Police Officer in October 2011. She graduated from the Police Academy in March 2012.

Chief Flynn discharged 44-year-old, 16-year veteran Officer Christopher Gull Wednesday, May 2nd.

Gull was a sergeant assigned to the technical communications division, and allegedly displayed sexually explicit photos, and made inappropriate comments to co-workers and subordinates while on duty.

Gull was disciplined for violating the department’s core values of competence and leadership.

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