Criminal Record Of Hoodlum Shot In Milwaukee Leaks

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Sylville Smith was a 23 year-old black man who was shot dead by police in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during a routine traffic stop on Saturday, prompting protests all over the city.

According to Dennis Michael Lynch, Smith fled his vehicle armed with a gun at around 2:30 in the afternoon. His gun was a semi-automatic weapon, and he was equipped with more ammunition than the officers who were pursuing him. He was shot during the foot-chase when he reached for his weapon.

Though the police officers clearly had no choice but to shoot Smith, race-baiters all over America have taken up his cause and tried to make him look like an angel. However, his criminal record has since leaked, making it clear that he is anything but that.

Here are the several arrests on Smith’s Wisconsin court record:

— July 2014:  Convicted for carrying a concealed weapon. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $443 and ordered to serve one day in jail.

— His record also includes guilty findings on traffic offenses for speeding, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, possession of open intoxicants in a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

— 2015:  Charged with intimidating a witness by a person charged with a felony, which is itself a felony offense.

— 2015:  Charged with first-degree recklessly endangering safety, a felony, and misdemeanor possession of THC.

— February 2015 was a suspect in a shooting.   Smith was accused of calling his girlfriend from jail to tell her to call the victim in the shooting case to get him to fill out a sworn affidavit saying Smith didn’t commit the crime, according to court documents obtained by the Journal Sentinel.

The victim recanted his identification of Smith and the case was dropped after the victim did not show up to court and was uncooperative, the newspaper reports.

— In 2013, Smith was charged with retail theft.

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