WISN 12 obtained additional videos depicting the Milwaukee Bucks guard's arrest.
WISN 12 News obtained additional body cam and squad car footage of Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown's arrest in January.
Brown was taken to the ground and tased for parking across two disability spaces outside a Walgreens store. He was arrested, but not charged, in the case.
Initial footage was released in May that showed Brown getting tased as an incident escalated with the police.
In the additional videos obtained by WISN, an officer can be seen stepping on Brown's ankle and another seemed happy to request overtime pay from the department.
Watch the videos below.
(Warning: The video below contains graphic imagery.)
Later, after #SterlingBrown was loaded into an ambulance, video shows one officer calling a shift commander on the phone to request approval for overtime.— WISN 12 NEWS (@WISN12News) June 3, 2018
After a pause, the officer sang "money money" in the tune of the hit song from The O'Jays.https://t.co/LINzHiHwYy pic.twitter.com/gFCrQFiW5i
The officers also appeared to express concerns over the perception of the arrest.
Said one officer: "The bureau is coming out for this? ... We're trying to protect ourselves .. because he plays for the Bucks, and if he makes a complaint, it's going to be a [expletive]. ... And then any little [expletive] thing that goes wrong is going to be, 'Ooh, the Milwaukee Police Department is all racist.... blah, blah, blah. "