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Greenfield man who is an MPD officer charged with disorderly conduct, faces internal investigation

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BROWN DEER -- 42-year-old Edmund Estacio of Greenfield, who is a Milwaukee police officer, is charged with a count of disorderly conduct for an alleged incident that happened in the Village of Brown Deer on Thursday, May 19th.

Edmund Estacio

Edmund Estacio

MPD officials say Estacio is one of their officers. As of now, he is on full suspension with MPD pending the outcome of the criminal and internal investigation.

Park Plaza

According to the criminal complaint, officers were called to a Brown Deer home at the Park Plaza apartment complex because a woman reported Estacio refused to leave. She stated Estacio "was outside her residence banging on her windows and refusing to leave." She apparently told Estacio she was calling the police and he still refused to leave.

The woman told officers "she had received 33 missed calls from the defendant between 11:08 p.m. and 11:29 p.m." -- and he "continued to bang on her windows while she was on the phone with the police." The complaint indicates the woman "felt intimidated" by Estacio.

Edmund Estacio

Edmund Estacio

Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police Department

When confronted by officers, the complaint says Estacio admitted he went to the woman's residence and that "he has called her in the past 53 times in a row to get her to answer the phone." He stated that "I can't believe she crossed the line by calling the police." He further stated, "Do me a favor and not [sic] tell her to get a restraining order."

If convicted, Estacio faces up to 90 days in jail and $1,000 in fines.